Most Calories At/after Dinner Hampering Fat Loss?
I'm trying to figure out exactly why I've stalled at the last ten pounds.
I've realized that on a typical day I will reach dinner having only eaten 800-1100 calories.
By the time I go to bed I'm at 2000-2250. (Dinner is always a large protein serving, I.e an entire pound of GF beef or GF ribeye, or several lamb chops, or chicken and white rice, or salmon). After dinner all have a few dark chocolate squares and possibly some walnuts).
First meal at noon: 3 whole eggs, 1/4-1/2 a can of black beans, GF butter= APPX 500 calories.
Second "meal" at 4-5 PM two brown rice cakes with 2 tbsp of all natural peanut butter (peanuts, salt)= APPX 300 calories.
On some days I'll juice vegetables so we can add another 200-300 calories.
Some days before my eggs I'll make BP coffee (300) calories.
Is this "top-heavy" eating style sabotaging results?