Hi Kris - I'm another Kris :-)
There could be a few things going on.
* It is possible that you aren't starting the day with a good, well-balanced breakfast.
* Are you eating ALL of your meals (very important to prevent hunger)
* Are you eating enough calories to meet your needs. Remember, when you exercise, you need to eat more than if you are sedentary.
* Are you drinking sodas etc. that are taking up the calories but not the nutrition?
* Are you eating plenty of fibre-rich foods from things like fruit and veges? (Think 5+ servings in a day - more is better.
* Are you getting ENOUGH protein and healthy fats?
* Did you drop your calories suddenly? This is a common one. I had to go back up with mine because I was not only starving, but suffered nausea and light-headedness as well, and even go woken during the night with hunger pain, headaches and nausea. I dropped the calories back down in small increments - BABY steps - of about 50 cal's giving my body time to adjust before dropping further.
| current weight: 151.0