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    I'm hungry all the time.

    So I've been counting calories and working out for like 4-5 days a week. I'm on a caloric deficit of about 200 cal, but I find myself being extremely hungry all the time. Any tips?
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    hunger is a part of cutting, but you could try eating "volume foods" like veggies, low calorie quark/yogurt, shirataki noodles etc
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    how many times a day are you eating?
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    How lean are you?

    What kinds of foods are you eating?
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    Originally Posted by GlobeTrotter213 View Post
    So I've been counting calories and working out for like 4-5 days a week. I'm on a caloric deficit of about 200 cal, but I find myself being extremely hungry all the time. Any tips?
    Eat more often, in lesser amounts.
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    Prepare a dry measured cup of rice, cook it in a large skillet if you have one, and combine a vegetable of your choice (I like onions) and a carton of egg whites. Add a small amount of cheese or something else higher calorie for flavor. Bam. 1400-1500 calories and you will need a large stomach to finish that.
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    For context, I am 5'10 152lbs 20yo.
    Why are you trying to cut?
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    Try changing your food mix.

    Try higher fat foods, while keeping calories the same as now.

    Swapping fats for carbs might be a good fit for you.

    Or it might be the individual food you are choosing.

    For instance, I can eat a high quality skin on Boars Head hot dog and not be hungry for quite a while, but if I eat the same calories of Pringles, I am hungry immediately.

    So your choice of food may work the same for you as it does for me (or it may work differently, we are all different to some degree).

    For many people, Potatoes keeps them feeling fuller than rice for a longer time, which is also something you could try.

    If you are in a hurry, they make bags of frozen microwavable potatoes with all kinds of spices on them. Just check you local grocery store online for these.
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    Originally Posted by CommitmentRulz View Post
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    Why are you trying to cut?
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    Eat more vegetables and fruits. But count their calories
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    How did you determine your daily caloric requirements, and how did you decide on 200 as the appropriate deficit?

    You're 20. Your metabolism is as high as it will get. If I had to guess, without knowing any hard numbers, you are eating far too few calories for your age and activity level. It's possible to create a deficit without reducing calories just by increasing your activity. If you're decreasing calories AND increasing exercise, you are doubling up and starving your body.

    If you're cutting, you should be just slightly hungry. I found it worse at night while sleeping. But, you shouldn't really be too hungry.
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    Originally Posted by MiddleAgedMan View Post
    How did you determine your daily caloric requirements, and how did you decide on 200 as the appropriate deficit?

    You're 20. Your metabolism is as high as it will get. If I had to guess, without knowing any hard numbers, you are eating far too few calories for your age and activity level. It's possible to create a deficit without reducing calories just by increasing your activity. If you're decreasing calories AND increasing exercise, you are doubling up and starving your body.

    If you're cutting, you should be just slightly hungry. I found it worse at night while sleeping. But, you shouldn't really be too hungry.
    Also OP, you could try backloading your calories. IMO, eating a filling meal for dinner is better because you won't be hungry trying to sleep, which will mitigate some of the difficulty. For breakfast, eggs are excellent and have one of the highest satiety indices of any food. Eating some in the morning should take the edge off of it for a few hours at least.
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    At OPs stats he should be adding muscle
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    More protein, fruits and vegetables, water, fiber, and high-volume foods (basically fruits and vegetables).

    Make sure you're sleeping enough, recovering, and doing your best to handle any stress in your life as effectively as you can.

    Also, make sure you're ACTUALLY hungry, and not eating out of boredom, stress, loneliness, for comfort. Make sure you're drinking enough water. You might actually be thirsty. Sometimes 1-2 glasses of water can fill you up.

    Make sure you're tracking calories accurately and not under eating by too much.
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    Originally Posted by EliKoehn View Post
    Also OP, you could try backloading your calories. IMO, eating a filling meal for dinner is better because you won't be hungry trying to sleep, which will mitigate some of the difficulty. For breakfast, eggs are excellent and have one of the highest satiety indices of any food. Eating some in the morning should take the edge off of it for a few hours at least.
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    Originally Posted by EliKoehn View Post
    Also OP, you could try backloading your calories. IMO, eating a filling meal for dinner is better because you won't be hungry trying to sleep, which will mitigate some of the difficulty. For breakfast, eggs are excellent and have one of the highest satiety indices of any food. Eating some in the morning should take the edge off of it for a few hours at least.
    Never got the eggs for breakfast thing. You barely need to chew them, they take like 2 minutes max to finish, aren’t very satisfying and the calories from fat don’t justify calories from protein IMO. Meals revolve around high fiber carbs for me. Added protein shakes or lean meat, nuts and nut butter for fat. Like a truckfull of vegetables at dinner.
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    When you're on a cut, drink a LOT of water, I mean LOTS. Of course, you should be drinking a lot of water either way, but this is especially important during a cutting phase.

    Lots of veggies, fill that tummy up qaqa, same with protein dense foods and high fiber foods.

    When all else fails, work up a better willpower. Good luck brah
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    Originally Posted by Xpiro View Post
    Never got the eggs for breakfast thing. You barely need to chew them, they take like 2 minutes max to finish, aren’t very satisfying and the calories from fat don’t justify calories from protein IMO. Meals revolve around high fiber carbs for me. Added protein shakes or lean meat, nuts and nut butter for fat. Like a truckfull of vegetables at dinner.
    The primary aspect of satiety that I was referring to was the actual blunting of psychological hunger, not the fullness of stomach from the volume of the food itself. Apparently, they do actually rank quite highly on some kind of a semi-formal, subjective satiety index. If I can find the reference I'll edit my post and include it here. It's certainly a thing for me and in the testimonials of others: unfortunate if it doesn't happen for you. I guess everyone is different.

    Otherwise, why would the quick and easy preparation not be a plus for a breakfast item? And the fat of eggs is quite high quality: since you need to hit a minimum anyway, they're a great basis for it, IMO.
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    Originally Posted by EliKoehn View Post
    The primary aspect of satiety that I was referring to was the actual blunting of psychological hunger, not the fullness of stomach from the volume of the food itself. Apparently, they do actually rank quite highly on some kind of a semi-formal, subjective satiety index. If I can find the reference I'll edit my post and include it here. It's certainly a thing for me and in the testimonials of others: unfortunate if it doesn't happen for you. I guess everyone is different.

    Otherwise, why would the quick and easy preparation not be a plus for a breakfast item? And the fat of eggs is quite high quality: since you need to hit a minimum anyway, they're a great basis for it, IMO.
    Wow yea I'm totally with you on this. Eggs are one of the most satiating things you could eat imo. Ig everyone's different. I can just put away salmon like nothing else, even though it supposedly it has a high "satiety index".
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    Wow yea I'm totally with you on this. Eggs are one of the most satiating things you could eat imo. Ig everyone's different. I can just put away salmon like nothing else, even though it supposedly it has a high "satiety index".
    I think this speaks to how subjective the factors of satiety are.

    ‘Fullness’ seems to be a pretty universal mechanism: when you’re at capacity, you feel full. However when it comes to taste satisfaction, it seems like different people react differently to salty, sweet, savory, certain flavor intensities….

    Some people can eat endless amounts of chocolate whereas I feel totally done after a small amount…

    Similar to you, I can be totally done with whole eggs after 1-3, but I can plow through 16oz of salmon.
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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    I think this speaks to how subjective the factors of satiety are.

    ‘Fullness’ seems to be a pretty universal mechanism: when you’re at capacity, you feel full. However when it comes to taste satisfaction, it seems like different people react differently to salty, sweet, savory, certain flavor intensities….

    Some people can eat endless amounts of chocolate whereas I feel totally done after a small amount…

    Similar to you, I can be totally done with whole eggs after 1-3, but I can plow through 16oz of salmon.
    see eggs even more so as quiche or scrambled with veggies and cheese I can eat for days, but tofu or tempeh or boca /veggie burger I am totally good with 3-4 oz

    And chocolate I hate. Lol but for sweets I’m definitely a fan of in small amounts, like when I have pudding I’m good at one pudding cup or ice cream 1 serving. But give me a bowl of pho and it’s on
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    Originally Posted by jonnywar View Post
    Eat more vegetables and fruits. But count their calories
    so you're telling him to gain weight?


    fruits and vegetables are just carbs sugars you might as well go to McDonalds and grab your self some Corn juice (aka a cola HFCS drink)

    no vitamins in carbs(no carb is essential see any "real medical book" ) Typically when one is hungry all the time it means malnutrition.... SO eat more meat one will STAY FULLER longer and there by losing weight ( well you will gain muscle mass as well) you are what you eat You can be a (vegetable) potato or a meat bag


    I prefer being the latter


    at lest 90% of the human diet should be animal meat preferably from an actual "herbivore" not "pretend meats"


    throw away all the plant slop in to the garbage... eat about 1/3 a pound of meat for each meal that is about 1000-1100 cals a day for 15% fat beef


    don't forget to incorporate organ means such as liver and eggs as well for a sack ...
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    I think this speaks to how subjective the factors of satiety are.

    ‘Fullness’ seems to be a pretty universal mechanism: when you’re at capacity, you feel full. However when it comes to taste satisfaction, it seems like different people react differently to salty, sweet, savory, certain flavor intensities….

    Some people can eat endless amounts of chocolate whereas I feel totally done after a small amount…

    Similar to you, I can be totally done with whole eggs after 1-3, but I can plow through 16oz of salmon.

    yeah it is strange. for me personally in most cases I can increase the satiety of eggs by simply adding salt. if i make a 2 egg omelette with shredded cheese and no salt, its about the same satiety as a 1 egg omelette with salt sprinkled on the outside.

    and sometimes(usually at night) i will get a craving and not sure what it is but l will literally ravage my pantry and fridge devouring everything until I find the right “thing”. for example i may make a bowl of cereal, then eat another, and when that doesn’t help grab some salted cashews, then switch to something sweeter or tangy or something until i am satisfied. and i may get “full” halfway through the process of satisfying my craving.
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    yeah it is strange. for me personally in most cases I can increase the satiety of eggs by simply adding salt. if i make a 2 egg omelette with shredded cheese and no salt, its about the same satiety as a 1 egg omelette with salt sprinkled on the outside.

    and sometimes(usually at night) i will get a craving and not sure what it is but l will literally ravage my pantry and fridge devouring everything until I find the right “thing”. for example i may make a bowl of cereal, then eat another, and when that doesn’t help grab some salted cashews, then switch to something sweeter or tangy or something until i am satisfied. and i may get “full” halfway through the process of satisfying my craving.

    dude that is because you are standard american dieting

    plant slop is just full of anti nutrients esp the cereals... and fake vitamins isolates. it's just the waste product from something else you know how much money they make off of that?


    and you wonder why you eat 3-4 bowls of cereal
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    dude that is because you are standard american dieting

    plant slop is just full of anti nutrients esp the cereals... and fake vitamins isolates. it's just the waste product from something else you know how much money they make off of that?


    and you wonder why you eat 3-4 bowls of cereal
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    Originally Posted by snailsrus View Post
    I think you’re looking for the misc section. Trolling garbage information is posted there
    huh?


    Vitamins isolates have never been proven to work ... cite make sure it's clinical trials and not self published evidence make sure the organization funder have been disclosed as well


    Why do you think they have;

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    printed on the bottle?



    Vitamins don't work why do you think I quit the vegan diet it's garbage and it does not work WFPBD btw vitamin pills don't work..... my metabolism crashed to 300/a day
    I was pretty much bed ridden on that diet. .. I gained 20 pounds in the two weeks...
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    yeah it is strange. for me personally in most cases I can increase the satiety of eggs by simply adding salt. if i make a 2 egg omelette with shredded cheese and no salt, its about the same satiety as a 1 egg omelette with salt sprinkled on the outside.

    and sometimes(usually at night) i will get a craving and not sure what it is but l will literally ravage my pantry and fridge devouring everything until I find the right “thing”. for example i may make a bowl of cereal, then eat another, and when that doesn’t help grab some salted cashews, then switch to something sweeter or tangy or something until i am satisfied. and i may get “full” halfway through the process of satisfying my craving.
    what I find the best way to be satisfied is having multiple food groups in a meal or snack and able to taste them / has different textures. Like for dinner steamed garlic parm broccoli, bbq tofu, seasoned rice and fruit.
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    Originally Posted by snailsrus View Post
    what I find the best way to be satisfied is having multiple food groups in a meal or snack and able to taste them / has different textures. Like for dinner steamed garlic parm broccoli, bbq tofu, seasoned rice and fruit.
    your suggesting a bowl full of toxic plants

    plant slop doesn't build muscle it builds obesity(empty garbage fat)..... you start self cannibalizing you burn threw your actual REAL vitamins, your animal, fat and muscle... your understanding of food is incomplete and promotes veganism...



    plants have 52 names/words for "sugar".


    still have not found any clinical trials for those vitamins yet huh?

    It's like a vegan echo chamber in here.. last time i checked this is not an 'obestybuilding' forum....
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    Originally Posted by Anonymous000 View Post
    your suggesting a bowl full of toxic plants

    plant slop doesn't build muscle it builds obesity(empty garbage fat)..... you start self cannibalizing you burn threw your actual REAL vitamins, your animal, fat and muscle... your understanding of food is incomplete and promotes veganism...



    plants have 52 names/words for "sugar".


    still have not found any clinical trials for those vitamins yet huh?

    It's like a vegan echo chamber in here.. last time i checked this is not an 'obestybuilding' forum....
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    Originally Posted by EiFit91 View Post
    Please go away
    dude stay on topic
    the op wants to lose weight not gain it... this is why a meat based diet works, That is the natural human diet... if it was not we would be on 4 hoofs eating grass in the pasture.



    learn a bit about human anatomy... first.... the human digestive system does not support a " plant based diet" yeah you can Fear monger all you want about methane gases from cows etc.... humans will never evolve back to eating poop like a gorilla does on it's second round of digestion...


    the only thing you get is methane gas (rotting plant matter in the absents of oxygen ) and Chronic diarrhea from it..


    so a plant based diet is just starvation with extra steps....

    this will slow your metabolism to a crawl ..
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