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Does Anyone Know Why A Person Would Feel Hungry All The Time.

Does Anyone Know Why A Person Would Feel Hungry All The Time.

I eat a meal and like an hour later I feel like I have not eaten in hours. I have also woken up in the middle of the night feeling like I am starving and of course all of this is making me gain a lot of weight. I have just moved and I am in the process of getting a new doctor. Any ideas why I would suddenly feel like this, what I can do, what kind of doctor I should see, tests that should be done. Any help would be so appreciated.

A MyObesityTeam Member said:

Read labels. Don't eat anything with Sugar, high fructose corn syrup listed as the 1st, 2nd or 3rd ingredient. Stay with high protein, low carb and drink 64 oz water per day.

posted almost 5 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

Sorry I didn't realize I had already posted earlier.

posted over 4 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

I was like that until I got on Welbutrin, if you have insurance there is now a diet pill Contrave that combines Welbutrin and Naltrexone. Welbutrin really helped quell my appetite a lot. I agree too about high fructose corn syrup and also caffeine can make you hungrier.

posted over 4 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

I used to follow SlimFast and it was a good deal, lots of protein and few carbs. But they changed the ingredients, and now it's nasty to my pallette. So.....I'll make my own smoothie to takes it's place...darn I like the Mocha Cappacino.

posted over 4 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

Sound like you might need an alternative.
I use Meta Mucil to reduce cravings and to increase fiber intake.
I do it after breakfast and then in the afternoon, and before going to bed so I don't wake up hungry.
Check into meal substitutes, or adding protein powder or shakes to fill those voids.

posted over 4 years ago
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