Can I move my fruit from breakfast or lunch to dinner?

We recommend at the beginning of your Bright Line Eating journey and during the Boot Camp that you follow the food plan as written. There are a couple of reasons we advise against having fruit at dinner. First, since it is sweet, it can be associated with dessert, which can be problematic for people who have had real problems resisting dessert. Second, it can be challenging to have something sweet at the end of the day—the willpower reserve is typically low, and many people are challenged with a desire for sweets in the evening. Our experience has been that the higher you are on the Susceptibility Scale, the more potential for difficulty there may be with saving your fruit to eat at dinner. If you are considering this, you may wish to journal about it to check your motives for deviating from the food plan.