TRUTH TIME — I have a HANGER problem.

 
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If I let myself get too HUNGRY, I am NOT a nice person to be around. I get super crabby and moody. It’s bad… If you don’t believe me, just ask my husband, Brad.

The GOOD news is that I make it my PRIORITY to fuel my body with proper nutrients every single day so I DON’T turn into the wicked witch of the Midwest.

TOO many women that I speak with who are trying to lose weight feel hangry ALL.THE.TIME because they’re restricting themselves on an extreme diet (like trying to eat 1000-1200 calories a day).

If you’re one of those women who is deeply restricting or practically yourself trying to lose weight, and you feel hangry more times than not, PLEASE STOP.

Eating too few calories WILL NOT speed up weight loss. In fact, it will do the OPPOSITE. If you eat too few calories, your body will cling to every single fat cell you have because your body believes it is being STARVED.

If your goal is to lose weight, try using a MODERATE calorie deficit (1500-1800 cals/day) while still finding a BALANCE that includes your favorite foods and drinks (for me, it's the chocolate and the vino).

PLEASE, show your body the love and respect it deserves by fueling it properly. You deserve MORE than feeling hungry all the time.