I think one of the hardest parts about the Paleo diet, is that whilst your body starts to understand when it is full and when it is hungry, your mind has been programmed to think we need 3 square meals a day or 6 mini-meals, or that we need to be eating at certain times or to a certain schedule.
Apart from the re-wiring that you have to do to unlearn that fats are bad, what are some ways people were able to train their brains not to think that just because it's lunch time they have to eat. I still think I have to eat according to the clock and it's programmed into me that I need breakfast/lunch/dinner...I know it's going to cause a bit of discomfort/anxiety to unlearn this process but did it come naturally to anyone? Or did you have to make a concerted effort to just learn to think differently? If so, how?