I barely feel full even after I eat. I don’t know if it’s because I’m burning more calories since I have a job so I’m on my feet all the time. I’m very worried to eat till I’m full because I’m scared, I’m going to gain lots of weight. What can I do?Updated 20 August 2019 under Ask Us.
There are a couple of different things that can affect how full you feel after you eat. Portion sizes: Do you think that you’re getting enough food? A very general […]Read more »
I need to drink more water, but even a glass makes me so nauseous. I can only drink cold sodas and juices without feeling sick. How can I drink water without feeling queasy?Updated 22 July 2019 under Ask Us.
There a couple reasons why you may be feeling nauseous after drinking water. If you only drink after eating a meal, you may experience some nausea because you may be […]Read more »
I like to work out but afterwards my body shakes. I was wondering what food I can eat after a workout to help prevent shaking and refuel my body?Updated 7 March 2019 under Ask Us.
It’s great that you like to work out! If your body is shaking after your workout, it may mean you are experiencing muscle fatigue (aka your muscles are tired). During […]Read more »
There are some weeks I don’t feel hungry at all and then suddenly I feel the need to eat a lot, even if I’m not on my period. Am I bulimic or is this normal at 17 (years old)?Updated 4 March 2019 under Ask Us.
It can be normal to be hungrier on some days than others based on a number of factors such as hormones, age, gender, sleep, stress, and physical activity level. However, […]Read more »
I eat a pretty well-rounded diet, not too much junk. I was wondering if I should still take a multivitamin?Updated 28 January 2019 under Ask Us.
Good question! As long as you are eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and dairy then you likely do not need to take a multivitamin. However, if you are […]Read more »
I just found out that I am Lactose Intolerant, so what can I do to get enough nutrients? And is there anything else I should know?Updated 1 March 2016 under Ask Us.
The goal of managing lactose intolerance is to lessen or stop symptoms of diarrhea, stomach cramps, bloating, and gas, while still getting the nutrients that your body needs. Eating or […]Read more »