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LADYBIRD82 Posts: 1,700
10/4/13 10:50 A

I find if I go to the higher end of my recommended calories (and not over) I start to lose again. emoticon

SLIMMERKIWI Posts: 26,052
10/3/13 2:33 A

Below is a link to help you increase your calories:
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=593


I hope that it helps, because you really DO need to increase them!

I went to have a peek at your Nutrition Tracker but it isn't public. If you would like to share it, you might find that you can get some more specific help as it relates to you.

Kris

Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 10/3/2013 (02:35)
DWROBERGE Posts: 322,539
10/3/13 2:11 A

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FENWAYGIRL18 Posts: 5,868
10/3/13 1:14 A

If your not even eating 1,000 calories it probably is in starvation mode, you need to make sure your getting enough calories for your body.

LUVTINKERBELL SparkPoints: (383)
Fitness Minutes: (139)
Posts: 5
10/3/13 12:50 A

I have actually been gaining weight - after a review of my food tracker - I've noticed I am not even eating 1,000 calories - ugh - I try - I eat healthy but I think my body thinks I am starving it - not trying to, trying to eat every 2 hours and protein - frustrating.

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