2. You’re cutting out meals or all your snacks
Skipping breakfast and starving for the hours until lunch is not vital for weight loss. Obviously, you need to monitor your calories for weight loss but psychologically you will feel dull and low if you cut off too many calories from your diet and that is the reason you will more likely to binge or break all your diet.
If you are habitual of eating after every two, three hours or so then following a diet plan that allows you only two or three small meals a day will keep you constantly craving and thinking about food. To keep a proper. To stay on a proper track and to accomplish the goal of weight loss, Young suggests to have three meals and two small snacks a day, try to consume such foods which are a healthy source of calories like fresh produce, lean meats, healthy fats, and whole grains etc.
3. You’re not getting your period
If you are losing weight at a healthy pace, you should not notice any such major changes in your cycle, Young says.
If you are not consuming enough calories then you will not be able to have periods regularly, not consuming enough calories can cause your period to become irregular. The reason of this irregularity is because the body does not have enough fat which produces the sex hormones that activate the menstrual cycle, research suggests.
4. You get horrible headaches
Your brain runs on the glucose found in your blood and that glucose in your blood comes from the carbohydrates you consume. So if you limit your calories and carbs too much, and your brain will not be able to function properly as it needs energy.
Feeling shaky, dizzy or light headed or any other type of headaches are all the symbols that you are not eating enough, and the blood sugar level of your body is very low that is the reason you feel dizzy and low throughout the day. So if you wants to stop your headaches then you should consume proper calories and carbs in your diet.