Your body is adjusting to new portion sizes and it’s normal to feel a little hungry during these times. If you find that you’re more than a little hungry after a few days, please contact us so we can help you add in some healthy snack calories or change the portion size of your meals.
In the meantime, our nutrition expert Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN, LD, has some great information about feeling "hangry" - what causes it and how to prevent it:
Have you found yourself in a fit of anger, only to be completely calm as soon as you eat? Or maybe you’ve seen your friends or family pick fights when it’s been a while since their last meal?
If you have experienced any of these emotions, you are probably familiar with feeling hangry. Hangry refers to the combination of being hungry and angry. It’s a real word (we promise) and a science-backed phenomenon!
Read on to learn more about what causes you to feel hangry and how you can prevent it.