It sounds like a recipe for excess: eating five to six meals a day instead of the standard three. But having more small dishes can be a good way to get the nutrients you need and even reduce your risk of consuming too much. These meals are proof -- good things come in small packages. Lots of them.
Oatmeal And Dried Fruit Mini Meal
Whip up an utterly simple, small, and satiating breakfast with a cup of cooked oatmeal, your favorite dried fruit, and a dash of low-fat milk.
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Create a sandwich that satisfies your fruit and protein requirements with rich peanut butter, crisp, sliced Granny Smith apples, and hearty whole wheat bread.
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Buttery avocado and juicy tomatoes unite in this diet-friendly and delicious salad.
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Fiber-filled black beans and chunks of cheddar wrapped in a warm whole wheat tortilla provide sustenance while conquering cravings.
Fresh vegetables on a bed of whole grains will do wonders for your diet -- and your appetite.
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A sweet and savory blend of plain yogurt, honey, and chopped fresh fruit is the perfect way to start the day or indulge midafternoon hunger pangs.