One big meal and two small meals that do not equal the bigger meal.
For example, for breakfast you could eat a banana and have a bowl of cereal and a glass of juice or milk.
For lunch, you could eat an apple or a tuna fish sandwich and say, carrot sticks.
For supper, if the earlier meals were your smaller meals, you could have fish sticks, fries and a salad
(get the idea?)
No snacking between meals, but you can drink water.
I have a lot of trouble at times (the worst was when I was in college and had to be at school on Ash Wednesday and i could not eat the sweet they had) so I usually eat a later breakfast…sleep…then a later lunch…sleep…supper…then try not to watch tv that has food commercials and then its bed… this year I am volunteering in my catholic elementary school library on wendesdays and I hope the librarian has some work for me to do this week, so I can keep my mind OFF food…but my breakfast will be earlier that day (like 7:45 A as opposed to 10:25 A) so when I get home, I’ll eat lunch and then rest…).