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Under eating....

Monday, April 13, 2009

Ok so I think something is broken inside of me... Here is the problem, I can't eat enough. Literally, I know it sounds like a joke, but I am really struggling to get even 900 calories in a day let alone more. I have cut all junk foods out of my diet and all gluten... Well, apparently a side effect is I don't want to eat at all anymore. My stomach has shrunk so much that at about 100-150 calories I am plenty full... I know it isn't healthy and it can prevent weightloss, but Ia m not sure how to change it. I can't go back but how do I find a happy medium???
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JIBBIE49 4/19/2009 10:52PM

    Are you taking a multi-vitamin? I wouldn't worry about it, since you are still at 205# and have plenty of reserve to lose, your body won't "starve." I'd have some milk, or healthy juice, to make up for the extra calories, if you don't want to eat them. 1200 calories is a blanket amount, but remember everyone is different in this weight loss game. Your body will tell you when it NEEDS more, I'm sure.

Thanks for adding me as a friend. I subscribed to your blog, and I'm here for support, Hon.

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BONNIE627 4/14/2009 2:00PM

    I am afraid I am no help here at all..sorry

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BEL_RIOSE 4/14/2009 12:02PM

    Since you're feeling full after about 100 calories, start having regular small meals (more than 3 a day), and try to bump it up to 200 calories per meal. Find some healthy snacks (cheese and crackers, fruit and yogurt) that taste like they COULD be junk food, but are actually healthy for you.

At least you know you need to be eating more. SP doesn't want women eating less than 1200 calories a day, so even though it may be difficult, try pushing yourself to reach that.

Good luck! emoticon

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