So I switched schools this year, went from a small college to a big one, anyways, long story short. I walk to my classes, and apparently all this walking has jumpstarted my metabolism even further than it was before causing me to eat this much food:
9:45 2 Bowls of Wheaties and a banana
12:00 One wheatbread sandwich with roughly 1/4 lb of meat, usually roast beef, turkey or ham, along with alot of carrots, or an apple sometimes both.
2:00 Get hungry againk, I eat a bag of cereal and an apple or some carrots to keep me from passing out from a sugar low.
4:30 Eat my first dinner of the night, might be a tuna sandwich with mayo and olives/peanut butter sandwich (usually a triple decker so it can hold more peanut butter)/Left over from my real dinner the night before (The "/" indicates possible choices I don't eat all those foods at once) and along with any of those choices I eat a large spinach or romaine salad.
Then I lift (or run and do abs depending on which day of the week), come back, eat a sugary granola bar and down some juice to get my blood sugar up again and proceed to make dinner
Real Dinner at usually 7-8 olock range, foods vary alot, but I eat until I'm full
11:00 Pre bedtime snack I make myself 4 eggs and some toast.
SO yeah, I get $200 a month for food from my parents, and my daily food consumption has been averaging me about $8 a day, which is $40 more a month than I wish to spend. Does anyone here know of a cheaper way to eat besides the obvious answer (eat less), because if you look at my body weight, you know I need to eat. Is there a good tasting protein powder, or some foods that you find to be extra filling and not so expensive, a man can only eat so many cans of tuna. I eat really well as it is, and I don't worry too much about getting adequate nutrition, I just need to keep myself full.