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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

I wonder what's up with me. I dont have a taste for vegetables at all, or nutribullet shakes. I pushed myself to eat some honeydew melon yesterday. I still pass on the coffee cream. Im in short supply of pants that fit well, and it will soon be time to replace them with smaller ones. Overall the changes are slow and I feel on track for my maintenance habits.

I found myself wondering about the effects of changes in atmospheric pressure on appetite. We are in this pattern of approaching storms. Wonder if that has an effect on energy and appetite.

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NORWOODGIRL 7/4/2013 10:56AM

    Interesting possibility!

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AUNTIEANNE22 7/3/2013 9:36PM

  Changes in pressure don't affect me, but an increase in humidity does. As it gets hotter and muggier, my appetite decreases. Salads are the only thing I want. And lots of water!

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SALGUOD2 7/3/2013 7:33PM

    I have never thought of that before

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68ANNE 7/3/2013 5:47PM

    You know, I never thought of that but I bet you're right

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MENEFF 7/3/2013 8:46AM

    I don't know about it's effect on appetite, but I do not that those (nasty!) changes in atmospheric pressure are my worst migraine triggers. They mess up my whole system, so I wouldn't be surprised if they mess up appetite & energy as well!

Mother Nature is a strong force!

I have been having a major lack in appetite lately too, however I think mine is stress related. Also it seems after a really good (sweaty) workout, I have no appetite. I literally have to force myself to eat dinner. This is new for me!

YAY for needing smaller pants! that must feel wonderful emoticon

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