Also, are you eating extra calories when you do workout, so that your "net calories" for the day are over 1200?
For example, if you only eat 1200 calories a day, and burn 250 in exercise, you're body is actually only getting 950 calories that day. It's possible you're body is just trying to tell you it's not getting enough.
Personally, I have found thru numerous diets over numerous years that I cannot and will not stick with a specialized diet (low carb, high protein, etc), and I am crabby and horrible and a generally sluggish person if I do not eat at least 1500 calories a day. Perhaps the other post about dropping your pounds per week goal a bit will help.
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