You betcha! but you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm my answer as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you email the Medifast guys because they can give you help better...
If I don't watch the time, I forget to eat! And, I have very rare moments of hunger...usually late at night. Then, I just go to bed and I'm fine. Isn't this wonderful!..
I set a timer to remind myself to eat...
I have to watch the clock and set a timer too or else I forget to eat and play 'catch up' at the end of the day. Welcome to Medifast...isn't it great?..
Welcome to one of the big benefits of Ketosis! In many people there is significantly reduced hunger :-D I have a list of meal times next to clocks in all my most often used rooms to REMIND me to eat :-) (except on hungry days, when it helps me hang in there until the next meal). I welcomed the hungry days at the end of my weight loss phase, because the scale almost always moved down right after a hungry spell :-).
Now I"m in transition and I'm hungry again - I miss Ketosis sometimes!!.
Congratulations on your great start,..
I'm not hungry either! Weird, isn't it? I'm still not used to it..
Today I was as perfect as ever and I started getting a little weirded out by the lack of *want*. I went over everything and no, I didn't screw up at all..
This happens to me about every three days. I'll just hit me that I feel fine. And every bit of experience tells me that I should be ready to chew my own arm off..
I don't fully understand it, but I sure appreciate it!..
I haven't been hungry since day one. My stomach will actually growl when empty and it's time for a meal, but I still do not feel hunger in the way I used to. I cannot explain it. It happened immediately. Now I.
Have cravings once in a while for my favorite comfort foods, but I am not hungry...
I'm in the same boat! Not feeling hungry...no eating just to eat, or out of boredom etc. It feels great! I find the times that I *think* (see, *think*, not, *need*)I want a snack, I drink some water and pop a piece of sugarless gum in my mouth to satisfy my brain. My bosy is already getting the fuel it needs. (FYI...on these days, I have never had to have more than one piece of gum...) And I'm still on the same pack of gum! LOL..
Your arm Steph?.
Yes, it is normal for being on MF, I felt the same way and was really shocked to realize that I actually.
To eat!!! I took somebody's advise & set my cell phone's alarm clock 3 hrs apart (longest you should go w/o eating something) to remind myself to eat!.
How is THAT for a change?.
Like Steph say you will have your up's & down's on the hunger scale, but it's totally manageable & oh, sooo worth it!..