Almost everything is wrong, apart from a few lights in the darkness like tea, tuna salad, soup, sandwich.
I am glad I don't have to eat from this selection every day.
What should feature more, are low-fat yogurt, fruit, variety of healthy salads, vegetables, hard-boiled or poached eggs, egg-white omelets, bean-based dishes, grilled chicken, pasta in veg sauce,brown rice,etc.
Most of those hot dishes can be scrapped and replaced.View Thread
Maybe instead of fighting hunger all the time, and trying to appease it, try to "live" with it to a reasonable extent.
I don't mean starving yourself, but if you set a certain calorie limit (like 1500 calories), and eat at set times (e.g. 3 meals and 2 or 3 predetermined snacks), just stick with those. You can then safely ignore any hunger pangs outside of that eating, knowing that you are getting good nutrition.
Sometimes hunger is like a naughty child - you have to be a little strict with it to tame it. If you don't give in to it all the time, your body and mind will eventually get the message and will get used to your eating pattern. You will eventually even come to prefer eating only at those 5 or 6 times, and eating at other times will not look all that appealing.
It takes time and practice though, and initially you will break the rules here and there, but over time you can fine-tune it.View Thread
Your diet looks quite healthy, and it is good that you exercise and watch what you eat.
Of course you can relax a little about varying your diet pattern on occasion - you can still "control" it: if you eat more during one meal (like when you eat your mom's dinner, or a high-cal snack like ice-cream), you can eat less during the next meal or simply eat like you normally eat from the next day onwards.
One protein shake (e.g. after exercise) is a good idea, but I would think it is not then necessary to have another one as dinner - a light dinner consisting of food like a piece of grilled chicken or fish, with steamed veg would not have much more calories, but be more balanced.
Likewise with the protein bar - maybe replace it with an ounce of nuts and a small piece of fruit for better nutrition, or 1/2 cup of skim yogurt and a piece of fruit.
For breakfast you would get enough protein from the eggs, and the cheese and turkey may be replaced with 1/2 cup of yogurt maybe?
Remember that you can eat more relaxed without gaining weight.View Thread
If you boil a couple of eggs the evening before, you could take three or so with you (I eat only the egg-whites, maybe one yolk now and then); you could add 1/2 small container of yogurt and a small piece of fruit. Take a form of condiment for the boiled eggs, or they'll be too bland (a spice, herb or salt/black pepper mixture, soy sauce or something like that).
Alternatively, a protein shake but I always believe real food is better.View Thread
Looks healthy, as you are using food rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, protein, healthy fat and fiber. You could even add a handful of baby spinach leaves for extra boost.
As for myself, I would much rather eat the fruit and yogurt mixed with the flax separately, and have the protein powder mixed with the milk plus water later as a snack. I find eating the whole food far more satisfying, maybe because it also takes longer to eat - far greater satiety factor. Most people like smoothies though.View Thread