Feeling weak

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91 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 9:16am
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Ive been eating clean and working out for nearly a month now.And lately Ive taken to more intense workouts.Thing is,Im beginning to feel really weak and craving food more often.And its getting harder to resist temptations.Should I go easy on the exercise?

28 Aug
The more you workout the more you need to eat to be healthy
47 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 9:25am
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You know you can eat up too 5-6 small meals too help out the cravings, and also, give yourself one day that theres a cheat meal, where you eat something you might crave, gotta think your body and mind was use too eating a certain way....so if you do that...you will stay motivated in what your doing...

37 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 9:49am
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If you eat smaller meals and drink a lot of water, your body has a smaller appetiteSix small meals are good, but if you do intense workouts, you may need more iron from beans and eggs as well as more proteinI'm not talking soy or imitation meat, I'm talking a 30 inch steak with a littke pink in the middleAlso, ice water has been proven that it helps you burn calories because the human body has to warm up the water to 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit).

1024 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 12:30pm
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Its simple eat more.

225 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 12:37pm
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Cravings are caused by food that you eat. Do you eat any refined sugars? Artificial sweeteners? Corn? Wheat/gluten? Dairy? Eating these foods may give you cravings. If you eliminate all of these from your diet, you will most likely lose more weight and cease to crave bad foods. After I took all of this out of my diet, I stopped craving everything except for healthy things like berries and nuts. It will be very difficult to take all of this out, but it is worth it. In regards to the weakness, do you think you are not eating enough, exercising too much, or maybe a combination?
566 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 5:06pm
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Check your iron levels, your hemoglobin may be low
24 Posts
Aug 27, 2013 5:17pm
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If it continues you should make an appointment with your doctor. It's worth making sure it's nothing more serious.

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