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ibquiltn4934ibquiltn4934 Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
I can’t seem to stay on tack. Hungry all the time.

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  • Pipsqueak1965Pipsqueak1965 Posts: 271Member Member Posts: 271Member Member
    We would need more information! Are you at your goal weight, are you eating enough calories, are you drinking enough water, are you eating enough unprocessed foods (as you can generally get more quantity of those than the highly processed stuff)?
  • nowine4menowine4me Posts: 3,961Member, Premium Member Posts: 3,961Member, Premium Member
    Do you get plenty of sleep? Have you started a new exercise program?
  • kimny72kimny72 Posts: 14,282Member Member Posts: 14,282Member Member
    I can’t seem to stay on tack. Hungry all the time.

    What is your height and weight? How many calories are you eating?

    Is your goal maintenance, or are you trying to lose weight?

    How long have you been eating this way and what has your weight done during that time?
    edited May 23
  • jan110144jan110144 Posts: 996Member, Premium Member Posts: 996Member, Premium Member
    Have you experimented with macros? I find that keeping protein up makes a big difference in hunger for me. Ditto @Sharon_C comment. I find that it is east to under eat in maintenance (falling back to losing intake) and then get hungry (and vulnerable to binging)
  • psychod787psychod787 Posts: 2,824Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,824Member, Premium Member
    I think OP is long gone...
  • alexmosealexmose Posts: 199Member Member Posts: 199Member Member
    jan110144 wrote: »
    Have you experimented with macros? I find that keeping protein up makes a big difference in hunger for me. Ditto @Sharon_C comment. I find that it is east to under eat in maintenance (falling back to losing intake) and then get hungry (and vulnerable to binging)

    Agree. Restricting = bingeing
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