"I have a very light breakfast (low-fat yogurt or fruit or cereal) and a very small lunch (a bit of cheese and crackers). And during the day, I drink water and a couple of cups of tea (sometimes with caffeine).
For dinner, however, I have just about anything I want, including bread and a little butter or olive oil, most kinds of entrees and vegetables, plus a dessert.
The biggest exception is that I try to limit saturated fats, so I donâ??t often have foods like burgers and fries. I also skip fatty meats and gravies and soups with cream.
I think this maintenance diet is successful because itâ??s hard to overeat when you have only one significant meal a day. If my weight creeps upward a few poundsâ??which sometimes happensâ??I eliminate the bread and dessert until my weight returns to normal.
I also have strict rules, which I seldom break, except during vacations and holidays:"
The above is pretty similar to the Warrior Diet (Ori Hofmeckler).