on your loss!!
As you've already figured out, fat is an insulator. So as we lose weight, it's not uncommon to not sweat as much as before. Plus the extra weight causes our bodies to work harder just to do normal daily activitiies. As we lose weight and get more fit, our bodies aren't expending all that energy to move the bulk. Pick up something that weighs 20 lbs (the amount you've lost already) and walk around a bit. Wow! You used to carry that much extra around all day, every day!
The cold hands thing. Now that could have some medical reasons. Low iron for example. If it's been a while since you've had a complete check-up, you might want to see your doctor. He'll probably run some blood work, to make sure you're not dificient in some area.
If all that's fine... how are you spacing out your eating during the day? Sometimes we eat fairly light during the day and then load up with a big dinner, which is okay if our calories etc work out alright for the day. But spacing out the calories a little more evenly over the course of the day, maybe including 2 small snacks as well as the standard breakfast-lunch-dinner, can help.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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