It's absolutely fine for you to eat 2 meals a day rather than 3!
As you've noticed, shortening the amount of time during the day when you eat may help promote greater stability in your blood sugar. This may be related to the fact that every time you put food into your body, the process of digestion starts a series of hormonal responses, including fluctuations in your blood sugar and insulin levels. Digestion itself also creates a low-grade inflammation in your body. So, by shortening the amount of time that you're eating, you naturally give your body more digestive rest which can help promote stability in your blood sugar, appetite, and other positive outcomes.
Now, how does this relate to your treatment plan? We are working to give participants the ability to log alternative meal types, such as fasting, and have it count toward their weekly goal. Your meal goal will currently be based on the opportunity to eat 3 plant-based meals a day, but you can log "0" for any time you have fasted for a meal. Anytime you do eat a plant-based meal, log the appropriate number in your daily check-in - 1, 2 or 3.
It's important to get in the habit of logging your daily plant-based meals, even if you practice intermittent fasting. Your treatment goals will adjust according to your progress. Feel free to reach out to our support team if you have any other questions about tracking!