Breakfast: An orange and a banana and fresh apple juice.
Lunch: 2 small whole wheat pitas, large salad with carrots, lettuce, tomato, cucumber and onions and a tbsp olive oil as dressing.
Dinner: Boiled broccoli and a chicken breast, tbsp. olive oil.
Snacks: 2 bananas, 1 apple, 2 whole wheat, fat free crackers, a dried date, 10 almonds + handful of raisins.
Dinna: you realize I assume that the only real protein source for this whole day was the chicken breast. If you're posting on this site because you're sympathetic with the diet and exercise prescriptions that Kevin recommends, I think it's clear that you're not in line with them. I'm pretty sure that Kevin, the Paleo people, the Eades, and many others would say that there should be good sources of protein, fat, and carbs at each meal (or snack).
Breakfast yesterday was just fruit--a sugar rush for your body, which probably made you hungrier by lunch time than was necessary (I would have been ravenous). How about some whole-milk yogurt at least to go with that? Kevin and the Paleo people would object, but I think cultured dairy is in different nutritional class than plain milk, which I never drink.
For lunch, how about a hard-boiled egg on that salad or some smoked fish?
Just suggestions. You should do what you want, though I'm confused as to why you're posting here.