I've moved to eating every 1.5-2.5 hours (normally right on 2 hour intervals). Throwing back 7-9 meals/snacks a day, depending on my sleep time. Following JB's 10 healthy habits over 90% of the time isn't that difficult if you're eating 42-63 meals a week. By eating more frequently, a single messed up meal goes from having a 2.4% negative impact to a 1.6% impact on weekly feedings.
Messing up a meal now costs less in the one week outlook. Funny part is, doing this for about two months now, it's pretty wild how easy it is to keep doing.
I freakin lurve this shit.
Progress kicks ass!
Anyways, when I'm not eating, I'm sleeping. I think this is way under rated. The last week I've been eating 9 and 10 meals a day. Yes, I'm not sleeping enough, it sucks. But I'm surprisingly not completely zonked out from this large amount of undersleep.
Anyone ever notice anything like this? I'm starting to think that food and sleep mesh together hand in hand in the big picture of things.
Speaking of which, I need to eat and get to sleep.