I never heard of that
Really the hardest part of the diet is implementing a lifestyle change that isn't unrealistic.
Thats a main reason of why diet plans tend to fail for people.
The dinner, comes out to be about 700 cals. Your right, I should break that up between lunch and dinner.
A meal should consist of about 300-400 calories so it was wise to break that up.
-Lunch is much better than it was
-Breakfast, I would recommend at least every other day to have a few eggs and omit a serving of whey
-If you are so inclined you can take a fish oil capsul with every meal you consider to be breakfast, lunch, dinner
-Try to get a taste for a variety of veggies such as a salad w/ added veggies, tomatoes, cabbage, cauli flower, brussel sprouts, asparagus, peppers, zuccini, the list goes on. I say this to resist getting sick of eating this food.
-Resist corn and potatoes
-Dinner looks to be solid
-You have veggies or fruit with nearly every meal which is good.
-Don't go crazy with low fat foods, a good chunk of them can have added fillers inside of them which make them more unhealthy for you than the full fat version. Just read the food labels and you will be good. Ex: Don't get low fat ice cream to try to be guilt free about it. You want a treat and you deserve it, go for it. Milk I know isn't a bad thing to get low fat.
It looks to be pretty good thus far other than the couple things I may have mentioned up above.
When do you plan on exercising during the day? Will you do cardio everyday? Will you do resistance training everyday?
Read this for any other tips for your diet.