Take yesterday for example, i had breakfast at 6.30am, snack at 10am, lunch 12.15pm, then i didnt come home until 4.30 pm and then i took a shower and didnt get to eat my snack until 5pm and then i ate another mini snack at 7pm and then i wasnt hungry again until 8.45pm and realised i hadnt eaten dinner but knew i had to eat something so i made Brinner (breakfast for dinner) and then before i went to bed at c.a 10.30pm i ate an orange and an apple. My days dont always look like that, but there is no real structure or timing to when i eat... of course when i go to school when i eat breakfast and lunch are already decided but with snacks and dinner etc and what i eat, that is all about what im craving.
Though as yesterday was a little messed up food wise, i made sure to eat enough through PB... i ate c.a 3,5 BIG table spoons of peanut butter as well as lots of nuts to get the right energy! Sometimes its not about the quantatity, but the quality? ;) haha Does that even make sense!
Do i recommend you eat breakfast for dinner when you are in recovery, no not really. But when you are healthy then those things happen.... know that its ok to eat dinner later than normal. Or to just eat a sandwich or soup and sandwiches or even breakfast food... as long as its not an everyday thing then if it happens now and again, its ok :) There shouldnt be full control over food and timing etc The body is more clever than the mind sometimes :)
And my brinner... egg white oatmeal, eggs, quark, strawberris and lots of PB!