i would suggest that you eat more complex carbs and non-processed protein sources. My day is less processed and more macrobiotic, non-processed vegan foods. I'm a distance runner and this is what i ate yesterday for satiety:
B: ginger-raisin bran muffin, bowl of cereal with silk (about 1.5 cups of tiger power cereal with 1 cup silk light plain)
S: ginger-raisin muffin
L: homemade pad thai (mixed veggies and veggie dumplings sauteed in coconut oil with spices) with seitan; raw cucumber, ww bread toasted with a shmear of jam
S: handfull of baby carrots with hummus
D: vegan fajitas made with boca crumbles, seitan, onions, and homemade taco seasoning on ww tortillas with hummus, homemade tomato sauce, salsa, cucumber
S: ww toast with peach preserves
I try to balance my protein, fats and carbs and try to get a bit in at each meal. I also work on paying attention to my omega fatty acid intake by working to incorporate ground flax seed into my diet at some point each day..
I also try not to think too much about what i'm eating, as long as it's healthy. since i average 7-9 miles in a run each day, i eat more carbs than a lot of people think is healthy, but they're complex, whole grains.