The popular answer here will be to try and meet your goals...
but I think that if you're not hungry, you shouldn't push yourself to eat (as long as you really DON'T feel hungry, and aren't just hoping to speed up the weight loss).
I have days that I don't feel like eating more than 7 or 800 cals...
I could push myself, but usually the next day (rarely, the day after) I feel hungry unless I'm at the top of my range (or over it). When I do a history though, the numbers usually work out to be right where I want them without too much problem. And no, I sometimes feel less like eating when I work out, but pay with interest the next day.
Bottom line, at least from me, is to listen to your body.
Also, try looking at your week averages. Like I said, sometimes you'll have low and high days, but your averages will prove that you're staying right on target (or that you're having too much of one or the other)!
| current weight: 153.0