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Reasons You May Be Tired During Weight Loss

Updated on June 28, 2017

Fatigue and weight loss is a common complaint; Many people are surprised when they start a diet and are suddenly yawning all day - not eating healthier should give you more energy? Yes, but sometimes you can do things that pull your energy down without knowing it. Discover the most common causes of fatigue with weight loss and see if any of them can be the cause of your fatigue.

Did not not eat enough calories.

You can be too fad in their attempts to lose weight, and thus reduce your calories. They definitely do not want to starve because they only slow the metabolism and fight low energy. Your body simply will not have enough fuel to hold it so you will have problems with the feeling of fatigue and deceived thinking. Instead, make your mission eat as much food as possible - but choose low-calorie foods. Many vegetables, fruits, water, lean protein, healthy fats. , , If you choose these types of foods you should not trouble online keeping your calories but also your body with lots of oil in the fire until the metabolism provide and give you the energy you need for the day.

Not enough food protein.

Protein provides the energy for the day. It helps in building up and repairing muscle tissue, making you physically stronger, so you have more resistance. Contains a portion of the protein to each meal and snack and choose lean protein on the fat proteins. Eat chicken and lean turkey, beans and lentils, tofu, low fat dairy products, nuts and seeds, fish and seafood. The protein that keeps you full of longer carbohydrate sensation and provides a ton of energy for the small amount you need to eat, feel satisfied.

Did not drink enough water.

Our body needs water they need more fat. If sufficient water, your body will not get into a drinking "survival mode." Try to keep as much water as possible to protect the vital functions of the body, and make you end up feeling sluggish and tired. If you drink plenty of water, everything in your body, it works better. His thoughts are clearer, your organs work better, your joints feel better, your muscles are stronger - and yes, you have much more energy.

Did not eat enough fat.

We received the news that "fat is bad", but nothing could be further from the truth! Feel healthier and more Our body needs fat for energy to make us feel happy and happy to help us absorb certain vitamins and minerals to help our skin and hair. The key is to eat fats that are good for you and avoid heart disease. Good sources of fat are fish such as salmon and mackerel, nuts and seeds, avocados and olive oil.

Exercising too much.

Movement is good, but like anything else, it is possible to do too much and pay the price. This is especially true when you are out of shape and you just start the workout. Do not press! Goal of 30 minutes of movement per day, or less if it is too painful. (Be sure to check with your doctor.) The same may be helpful if you break your workouts into 3 or 4 shorter workouts. Once you become stronger, you can safely increase the duration and intensity of your workout, and should not get tired.

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