I would be inclined to add a few things like nuts and dried fruit to your nutrition. They are calorie dense, but also have very good health benefits. They will up your calories without stuffing you full to over-flowing, if that is the reason you are coming up short on calories.
It really IS important that you meet your nutritional requirements. The long-term consequences of not getting enough most of the time aren't worth it. I have seen too many women with bad osteoporosis to want to wish it on anyone. Organ and brain damage, loss of sight etc. is also a possibility down the line by regularly not meeting your basic calorie needs.
If you are still having a problem trying to meet your calories, then it would be worth your making an appointment with your Dr and tell him/her what is going on. It is possible that something medical is affecting you, and at the very least you could benefit from bloods to see that your iron levels, etc., are o.k.
As a thought, how are you measuring your food? Do you guess the weight/size or are you actually weighing it? Weighing it is the most accurate way to do this. Often our guesses are waaaay off.
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