... If it's high in sugars and carbs, your blood sugar might be spiking and then plummeting, giving you that shaky feeling. ... (2 replies)
... headed and shaky and just would feel totally famished by lunch. ... (3 replies)
... shaking hands feeling and if I try to eat something else to help it, Im so hungry and practically inhale whatever Im eating. ... (3 replies)
... Today I felt weak and shaky only 5 minutes after eating a slice of fruit cake. I'd eaten it earlier today also without the shakes and I've had plenty of protein too. ... (1 replies)
... for several hours. It was horrible! I was shaky and weak by the time it was over. ... (8 replies)
... You need to be eating breakfast in the morning. Thats what starts your day and provides your energy.
Pop tarts and toast do not count as breakfast or even food in my eyes haha.
Eat protein, a little fat, and a little healthy carbs (veggie or fruit)
An egg omelet with avacado, flax seed, and peppers/onions is perfect! (3 replies)
Sometimes we do perfectly well UNTIL we have a tiny bit of carb based foods...then our body CRAVES more.
I'm the same way so I drink coffee only unless and until I can have a REAL breakfast.
A single piece of toast or a yecch pop-tart would cause me to soon start eating everything within reach.
I think it has something to do with blood sugar... (3 replies)
... Greetings! I am not saying this is a problem but sometimes a blood sugar test does not detect low blood sugar or hypoglycemia troubles because the test is done at a time the blood sugar has not fallen yet and it actually falls later or before the test. Peace, sjb :wave: (1 replies)
... ot tall male. When I was too low on calories I would get shaky, really shaky. I bought a glucose meter but my BS was fine. It even got to the point where I was feeling anxious. After implementing supplements and increasing the food intake I felt great. This last week I pushed it to reach my goal, and the shakiness returned. ... (9 replies)
... I'm sure I've just answered my own questions, but I'd really like an outside perspective as to what the heck is going on with me! I can't stand feeling like this anymore. ... (5 replies)
... er problem that should probably be addressed. That's a very healthy diet, but unless you're going way too long between the last meal and sleep, you should not be feeling that way. ... (8 replies)
... If you're feeling shaky without it, maybe you are hypoglycemic; you can learn more about what that is by visiting other sections of this site.
As far as Snapple ice tea, it's mostly sugar. Why not make your own ice tea, so easy and you can control the sugar content, add some lemon juice if you like a tea/lemondate hybrid, and some fresh mint. (6 replies)
... d then keep it off by continuing to cook and eat things that are much healthier. I just want to know if I should be worried about what happened yesterday. I am feeling a little dizzy today, but nothing compared to what I felt yesterday. Any insight or thoughts would be appreciated. ... (1 replies)
... The appetite and dizziness came first for me. As far as the others,
I used to get those a lot, too (every freaking one)! Those came later and were from crashes after eating something sweet/starchy, rather than not eating...I actually felt better if I didn't eat, being dizzy is a lot easier to deal with!
I think it may be early for the crashes since she only gets... (9 replies)
... Davitude may be right...but I'd like to add something re: hypoglycemia. Usually with low blood sugar, apart from the hunger, you would most probably also be feeling shaky, nervous (sometimes with tremor), tired, sweaty, cold, confused, irritable or impatient. Do you have any of these symptoms? (9 replies)