I always eat some quality protein at breakfast. Eggs or some meat or eggs and some meat with an apple, berries or vegetables keeps me full for a long time.
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1/30/14 2:31 P
Have you recently increased the amount of exercise you do ? If you recently increased the amount of activity you engage in, that would explain your body's cravings for food.
food = energy and no food = no energy to exercise or perform daily activities.
Now, if you haven't changed your exercise or eating habits, your recent hunger could be a result of the Polar vortex. When it's bitter cold outside, our bodies require more energy (calories) to stay warm. So, if you've been feeling a chill, your body may be responding by asking for more calories to keep you warm.
I would suggest having a BIG cup of tea. If you find the tea doesn't help, then try eating a bit more to sate your hunger. Have a piece of fruit, nuts, granola bar, etc... Have two servings of oatmeal instead of one. 200+ extra calories will not make or break your healthy lifestyle and it may just be what you need to get you to stop feeling so hungry.
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1/30/14 2:25 P
You need to add some protein to that oatmeal along with some good fat - try mixing in raw walnuts which will give you both protein and fat and will keep you full longer. You should always eat some protein whenever you eat carbs.
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8,066 1/30/14 1:28 P
maybe not enough protein?
1/30/14 1:26 P
If you are working out more, then yes you will get hungrier )
Try eating fiber and protein rich foods, and include snacks.
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1/30/14 1:19 P
I am noticing that I am getting hungrier the last two days. I have not changed my eating pattern so I don't understand. Usually oatmeal fills me up for hours. Today 2 hours and I am hungry. I have been on the treadmill three days in a row. Would that make a difference. Any advice would be great. This is my weak point. Ugh.
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