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Why Did the Romans Have Only One Main Meal?

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One meal a day was for the poor Romans who could not afford a variety of food. The rich ate more than one meal.
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They didn't. The Romans ate three meals a day just as we do, and their main meal of the day was in the evening just as ours.
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Yes, that's right.
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If your only going to eat three meals than you have to make sure that each meal has a combination of complex carbs and protein so you wont feel hungry or tempted throughout the day.
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