Eating can be an essential pleasure of life. But when we lose our appetite—whether we are actively turned off by the though of food or just lack the desire to eat—accessing nutrition becomes a chore. Frequently, a loss of appetite can be a symptom of high stress, an undiagnosed illness, or a side affect of medication or treatment for a separate issue. Finding ways to work with our bodies can start with appreciating what they’re doing for us, even when we’re not feeling our best.
Are you NOT feeling hungry for a long time? Is your favourite food not making you go 'slurp'? Maybe you are following some unhealthy eating habits! Here are 6 ways in which you can overcome your loss of appetite.
Dr. Berg talks about appetite and if it goes away, should a person eat. Food has two purposes, one is for fuel and the other is for nutrients. Most people if they go longer than a day without eating are deficient in nutrients, especially if they are starting out on ketosis and intermittent fasting.