Hi - this isn't answering your question, but because of your question (and the number of posts you have made!)
I see you have been a member of SP for quite some time, but am wondering if you are just starting this journey re nutrition and exercise. IF this is correct, then you need to make changes using baby steps. This means change only one or two things and allow your mind/body to get used tot he changes before adding something else to the mix. The same applies to calories. If you have up until now, been eating above the range, then gradually decrease the calories to allow your body to get used to the changes. This will help to prevent what you are experiencing. It will also help to prevent the risk of nausea and/or light-headedness as a result of the drop in calories. I suffered from both and believe me, it was NOT pleasant. I ended up having to go down in very small increments - about 50 calories at a time.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 2/1/2013 (18:01)
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