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    ALWAYS hungry; HELP.

    Hiya. Very new to this site. Just joined a few minutes ago. I'm 23. 5'3. 125-130 lbs. Been consistently lifting for the past 8/9 months. Running into the same issue of being hungry no matter how much food I ate 20 minutes or 2 hours ago. I can pound food like we're about to experience a famine, and actually hate eating in front of other people who don't really know me like that or even talking about how much I can eat, because I feel like I'm judged for it.

    I tried cutting about a week ago and failed within the first few days, as I became way too food focused, and overall hangry. Please help..
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    What kind of foods do you eat? It may be helpful to eat more vegetables (esp raw) as they can be filling. More protein may help too.
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    Originally Posted by spradish View Post
    What kind of foods do you eat? It may be helpful to eat more vegetables (esp raw) as they can be filling. More protein may help too.
    Everyone in my life says I eat way too healthy. The only "junk" food I eat is the occasional burger with the works, cereal (but even then, the cereal I eat must be 6g of sugar or less per 3/4 cup), and crackers (empty calories imo). Other than that, I eat fruits, veggies, potatoes, some sort of protein whether that's chicken, turkey or fish, and snacks like yogurt with granola, rice cakes, and whatever else I can eat with peanut butter. I finish a 2 lb jar by myself about once a week give or take a few days; this has been going on for the past 6/7 months. Lmao. I don't do dairy whatsoever, and I try to limit unnatural sugars. I haven't had a "sweet," so like brownie, cake, ice cream, etc, in the past 5 months.

    I don't know what more I can do
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    How much did you weigh 6-7 months ago before the cravings started?

    This sounds like it started shortly after you began lifting so more importantly (assuming you've gained weight), have you been gaining a decent amount of muscle or just getting fat?

    If you want to cut and can't stick to it, you may want to track your typical daily cal intake closely for a week, then every week gradually reduce daily intake by 100 cals so you adjust to it slowly and don't fail within a few days.
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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    How much did you weigh 6-7 months ago before the cravings started?

    This sounds like it started shortly after you began lifting so more importantly (assuming you've gained weight), have you been gaining a decent amount of muscle or just getting fat?

    If you want to cut and can't stick to it, you may want to track your typical daily cal intake closely for a week, then every week gradually reduce daily intake by 100 cals so you adjust to it slowly and don't fail within a few days.
    I gained about 10-15 pounds give or take. I don't have a scale anymore, and haven't had one since I started lifting more seriously and intensely, so that's a total guess. Everyone around me tells me I look like I weigh 100 lbs, so in their eyes I haven't gained any weight, but we don't see what other people see. I've gotten "bigger," but in a more muscular and fit typa way.

    That's actually a super good idea, and something I never considered trying. Thank you!
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