I used to be able to eat everything in sight… oatmeal, fruit, vegetables, steak, bacon, just about everything. I could easily consume 4000 calories a day eating healthy food. This was during the summer.
Alas, things have changed. I just started university two months ago, and ever since, my appetite has gone down the drain. I work out harder than ever (although I have taken a week off due to mid-terms), but for the last two months I have been unable to devour the masses of food I used to be able to eat. I’m still eating healthy (although the variety of food is a bit lower due to a tighter budget… less meat and more frozen vegetables and protein powder), but my stomach is being a big pussy.
I could easily eat a cup of oatmeal with fruit, protein powder, milk and cereal for breakfast during the summer. Now, 3/4 of a cup makes me sick, and it’s hard to have some bread and an apple after that. Heck, I used to be able to eat a whole loaf of bread - now, even four slices are too much for breakfast.
Although I find that during the day my appetite hasn’t been reduced enormously (although there is a fair difference), my main problem is that I can’t eat nearly as much breakfast as before, and if I try, it makes me sick (not sick as in ‘I wanna throw up’, but sick as in ‘well, I could be feeling a bit better right now’)
I’ve actually lost a bit of girth (the belt one, not the one below that you pervs), although my overall weight hasn’t really decreased too much. Nonetheless, I do feel that this is hindering hyperthrophy a bit. I am getting enough sleep, not partying too hard, or anything else I can think would stop me from being able to eat. I’m not even stressed or anything like that.
Did aliens perform gastric bypass surgery on me while I was sleeping?
I don’t wanna become skinny!!!