Vishal Singh

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||Reducing Calories for Weight/fat Loss||

To lose fat/weight, you need to eat fewer calories than your body needs each day. This causes your body to burn stored energy, or fat. But a common dieting mistake people make is cutting too many calories. This can lead to fatigue and actually stall goals. Signs you're Undereating⬇️ 1️⃣ Low energy- A body gets its energy from the calories in the food and drinks a person consumes. The body requires a certain amount of energy calories to function properly. Functions include the basic and automatic bodily processes, such as breathing, as well as more complex processes such as actively thinking. The number of calories needed to maintain a healthy weight will vary from person to person and depends on a variety of factors, such as body size, metabolism, and physical activity levels. When someone is undereating, they are consuming fewer calories than their body needs to function correctly. This can have a severe impact on energy levels, causing feelings of physical tiredness and mental fatigue, which may impair a person's daily functioning. 2️⃣ Getting ill more often- Undereating can also lead to an imbalanced diet. This can mean that a person's body does not receive enough of specific nutrients to maintain a healthy immune system and fight off illnesses. It can also mean that illnesses, such as the common cold, last longer than they should. 3️⃣ Depression- Depression is a highly complex mental health condition that can have a range of interlinked causes. It is not always possible to determine what is causing a person's depression, and the condition is not necessarily a sign of malnutrition. However, recent evidence has suggested there may be a link between poor nutrition and depression. 4️⃣ Constant Hunger- Being hungry all the time is one of the more obvious signs that you're not eating enough food. Essentially, if your calorie intake drops too much, your body will send signals that drive you to eat in order to avoid potential starvation. 5️⃣ Constantly feeling cold- People require a sufficient level of calories to maintain a healthy body temperature. Consuming too few calories may cause a person's core body temperature to drop, which can create a constant feeling of being cold. 6️⃣ Sleep Issues-Sleep deprivation has been found to lead to insulin resistance and weight gain in dozens of studies . In addition, while overeating may cause sleeping difficulty, it appears that strict dieting can lead to sleep problems as well.Feeling as though you are too hungry to fall asleep or waking up hungry are major signs that you're not getting enough to eat. Thanks


Fatigue and tiredness could also be result of micro nutrient defeciencies.

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