I think a big part of that feeling so far has been the nutrition aspect of the program. Early on, I called it a diet and owner Jeff Friedrichs quickly corrected me in saying it wasn’t a diet, it was proper nutrition. At the time, I didn’t quite get the difference, but I’m starting to get an idea.It doesn’t feel like I’m on a diet. Aly and I eat six smaller meals a day, but it’s still food that’s tasty, yet good for you. I always kind of thought if I did this type of program, I’d go to bed hungry and wake up starving, but that hasn’t happened. Every time I start to get really hungry, I look at the clock and it’s usually time for one of my meals.Here are my meals from a day earlier in the week:BreakfastSteel Cut Fruit N’ Berries Oatmeal, an orange and a low fat vanilla Greek yogurtMorning SnackSeven whole grain crackers with seven cubes of low fat pepper jack cheeseLunchRoasted turkey on sandwich thins with spinach, jalapenos, onions, tomatoes and light honey mustard, 1/2 serving of strawberries, 1/2 serving of grapes and carrots.