I ALWAYS have a late snack, immediately before bed. If I don't ....... NO sleep, and end up with considerable hunger pains. They have also been known to wake me. Just allow for this snack in your day.
There are some things that you may need to consider.
* Did you suddenly drop calories to get to your recommended range? (often people go for the minimum which is a big mistake) IF so, then go back to what you were eating and gradually work down to your range. It may be that you need to be on the higher range rather than the lower - especially if you factor in exercise. I had to drop my calories by 50 at a time, and allow my body to get used to it. I didn't have a lot of calories to drop, either, because I was already eating between 1650-1850 calories (and gaining weight :-(
* Are you eating plenty of protein, which helps with satiety?
* Are you eating enough fat? It also helps satiety and is essential.
* Are you eating plenty of fruit/veges and very LITTLE processed carbs? The latter are empty calories which don't have any filling/lasting effect.
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