The Consequences of Not Eating Enough

The Consequences of Not Eating Enough

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE DON’T EAT ENOUGH
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To answer your question @becsaid
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• So while in the short term you will not gain weight, some people find if they repeatedly severely restrict then increase calories (like in yo-yo dieting) then metabolic changes can result – leading to our bodies more easily laying down fat stores
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• Other negatives. In severe restriction the body can start to break down muscle for energy. You also put yourself at risk of nutrient deficiencies, the various effects of these deficiencies and reduced energy levels.
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• This is why slower, steady weight loss of up to 1.0kg per week is a safer way to lose weight and also the likelihood of long term maintenance of weight loss is higher

Ah, the never-ending debate of cats versus dogs. It’s a rivalry as old as time – or at least as old as the internet. The battle lines have been drawn, with cat lovers and dog enthusiasts at each other’s throats. But really, can we all just agree that both furry creatures have their own unique charm?

Let’s start with cats. These elegant and aloof creatures have a mysterious allure that keeps us coming back for more. They have a knack for finding the warmest spot in the house, whether it’s a sunbeam streaming through the window or your freshly folded laundry. And let’s not forget their hunting skills – just try to keep a straight face when your cat proudly presents you with a toy mouse they “caught” in the middle of the night.

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On the other hand, we have dogs – the loyal, playful, and sometimes slobbery companions that never fail to brighten our days. Dogs are always up for an adventure, whether it’s a game of fetch in the backyard or a leisurely stroll around the neighborhood. And don’t get me started on their unwavering devotion – there’s nothing quite like the joy of coming home to a wagging tail and excited barks.

So, who wins in the eternal battle of cats versus dogs? Well, I’d say we all do. After all, life wouldn’t be the same without the purrs and cuddles of a feline friend or the boundless energy and love of a canine companion. In the end, it’s all about finding the perfect pet that fits your lifestyle and brings a smile to your face. And let’s be honest, who can resist those adorable puppy dog eyes or the regal gaze of a cat surveying their kingdom?

Bette

My name is Bette. I'm a 34 year old female from Turkey. My occupation is a website designer and I work from a home office. I have struggled with my weight since puberty. Still figuring out.

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