At a recent late afternoon event at my sons’ school, my friend Laura and I discussed our respective dinner plans for that evening. She told me how hungry she was. As a registered dietitian nutritionist and Jewish mother, I couldn’t help but ask, “Did you eat today?”
“I had a piece of toast this morning,” she said.
That was all she had eaten the entire day. And she wasn’t kidding.
When I asked her why she hadn’t made time for a meal or even a snack, Laura said she got so caught up making phone calls, responding to emails and paying bills she had simply forgotten to eat.
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