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Hello Veterans of MF. I have a question for all of you successful losers:.

I have stepped back into a regular exercise routine either interval training or the elliptical machine 45 min. 4-5 days per week. I noticed I am getting HUNGRY!.

Does anyone have any tips for dealing with hunger? Is it better to just stay completely on plan and lay off the exercise? Do less vigorous stuff like just walking?.

Thanks in advance for your advice. I don't think I could have made it this far without all of your wonderful posts and support on these boards...

Comments (10)

I would suggest you talk to the trainer, or nutritional support. I have seen at times where they will recommend extra protein to help those who want to exercise in a more intense fashion, or are training for a big run...

Comment #1

I say that if the scale keeps moving downward, just work your way through it..

I know my hunger definately increased when I started working out everyday..

If the scale stalls you may need to add more protien but of course Nutrisystem is the best place for accurate advice...

Comment #2

Hello....i'm new here, and on my second week. I'm wondering what happens if you end up missing or skipping a meal altogether? Does that throw you off? Sometimes I just don't have time to fit all my meals in! I'm still learning what to eat throughout the day. Any tips/suggestions are welcome!..

Comment #3

As suggested... send your question to the trainer, she might have some good advice.

I don't know when you exercise vs. when you eat your LG during the day, but you might try changing the time of your LG (lunch vs dinner), or save some of your protein to eat after your work out (if you work out in the evening). Also, you could have an Medifast snack after your workout...

I'm in maintenance, but I've found when I want to lose now, I'm better off lowering the intensity of my workouts (compared to the workouts I do for maintenance). Good luck! Becki..

Comment #4

Thanks everyone!.

I will post my question to the trainer and shuffle my L&G!.

Happy losing to all of you...

Comment #5


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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