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BFATNOMORE2 Posts: 41
2/22/13 4:06 P

thank you everyone for your input and support. I am eating enough fiber, and protein, carbs and all. I think it must be the exercise. I noted that this program suggested I increase my cals because of how much I was burning and I didn't think I could ever make it up that high but I did. emoticon

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2/22/13 3:20 P

I have noticed that i am more hungry because of exercising. I event posted a question about my constant hunger as well. In the beginning of February i managed to get sick with flu. I stopped exercising all together as i was feeling weak. I was very surprised that my eating decreased significantly. While on my normal day i would eat around 1700 calories now i was eating 1200.
My appetite is back again. Exercising too!

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2/22/13 2:47 P

BFATNOMORE2,

Are you eating enough during the day ? Are you eating a nutritious, filling breakfast ? Many people in a quest to speed up their weight loss, will dramatically cut their caloric intake at first. this is not healthy. Eating too little during the day can cause a person to be ravenous later.

Also, if you recently did begin a quest for a healthier lifestyle, you must give your body time to adapt to the new changes. NO ONE ever became a healthy eater overnight. it's impossible. a person should slowly ease into eating fewer calories so that they don't end up hungry later.

Are you eating enough foods that are high in fiber ? eating foods that are high in fiber help keeps our blood sugar levels stable. Eating foods that are high in fiber help keep a person full for longer too. What foods are high in fiber ? Fresh fruit and veggies, whole grain breads and cereals, beans are a great source of fiber. And protein. are you eating enough protein ? eating some protein with your meals can also help keep a person full for longer.

Mostly, you need to tell us a bit more about yourself and what you eat. Since we don't know anything about you, we're just taking educated guesses why you're hungry.



HEALTHYCHRISTY Posts: 34
2/22/13 2:46 P

Are you getting enough fat and protein? Are you drinking enough water? Are you eating because of real hunger or is it emotional? There are soooo many factors!

For almost a whole week before my TOM I am insatiably hungry as well. Now that I am watching what I eat I do eat more during that week I just make sure that I am eating clean and healthy and not a bunch of crap...

Hope this helps! Hang on, you can do it :)

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2/22/13 2:30 P

Are you eating within your calorie range? Is your calorie range accurate, given your activity level?

BFATNOMORE2 Posts: 41
2/22/13 2:14 P

For the past few days I don't care what I do or eat I'm still sooooo hungry.

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