Gosh, just talking about food can make a person so hungry. That will, in fact, also depend on that person’s current condition. If he is a healthy eater his meals are balanced in proportion to quantity, regularity and ingredients then he is able to give a good report on what he makes of online nutrition counseling without thinking hungrily, or greedily about the next meal of the day. But of course, if he is, it can only be for health reasons.
The next meal may be around the corner and the healthy eater may be thinking about what ingredients will be going into this one. If the meal is still several hours away, he will have stifled his hunger pangs quite nicely with a crunchy, juicy apple or half a green and ripe avocado. Not a full avocado and without the salt. That would be biting off a bit too much on the overindulgence side. Balanced, healthy eating is indicative of smaller sized chunks in between the main meals of the day, traditionally known as breakfast, lunch and supper.
Many folks have forgotten about breakfast, having habitually chosen to forgo what is still the most important meal of the day. Just try it out and see how well it sizes you up for the rest of the day. If you are currently one of the unhealthy eaters out there, then you will have felt the consequences of missing such a fine, early morning dining opportunity. Eggs on toast is still healthy, it is just a matter of how much and what kind.
One free-range boiled egg with a thin slice of salmon, tomato and greens on a slice of gluten free whole-wheat bread sounds quite healthy, and usually it is.