There are a few things that it could be:
Being woken in the middle of the night suffering really strong hunger pains happened to me when I first dropped my calories. It was only a drop of about 250 - sometimes a little more, but that was enough to cause middle of the night problems, as well as day-time problems with extreme hunger, nausea and light-headedness. I went back up to what I HAD been eating and dropped in small increments of about 50 cal's, and that helped immensely.
It COULD be that your mind hasn't learned to recognize hunger signals BEFORE you go to bed, so you are getting woken up by your body demanding food.
Are you recording all you eat on the days you HAVE recorded? I note that there are a few days with nothing entered so suspect you only put in SOME of what you eat on those low calorie days, too. I strongly suggest that you enter EVERYTHING into the tracker, because only then can you truly find out what is going on.
It COULD be that you are eating processed foods that fill for the very short-term, and not enough healthy foods that fill for the long-term.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 2/16/2013 (22:12)
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