No need. It's ok to eat whatever you want whenever you want, so long as you're active and enjoy things in moderation. I'm probably classed as underweight, yet I eat like a Horse several times a day. I just don't understand how or why people get fat, it's obviously a lifestyle choice.
One thing I recommend is NEVER skip breakfast, technically, you are fasting if you do this, leaving about 17-18 hours between dinner and lunch. Did you know you're 30 times less likely to have stroke, and 50 times less likely to have a heart attack if you have a healthy breakfast every day.
You're like a horse racing jockey, Paul. No wonder you post such great MPG numbers.
I propose we vote on instituting an "MPG Handicap System". In Paul's case, under the rules, he should have to carry a 50kg sandbag in the boot of his car. This will level the playing field and put the sport back into it.
852 miles on a bicycle since May 7th this year. 380 in the last 30 days. Not bad for age 65. 6 feet tall, 117 pounds when I graduated high school in 1968, peaked at 220 a few years back. Blood pressure this am at 118/69 with a pulse rate of 62, 10 minutes after a 16 mile bike ride through my hilly neighborhood (1.5 hours). Eat pretty much what I want, need to get from 192 down to 185 in a month, lowest weight in 30 years.
Pop is 95. Mom turned 91 today. Pop's sister will hit 104 on Halloween, born the same year the Titanic sank. Good genes.