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"what you should eat when your appetite is down"

The struggle is real: you feel tired, nauseous, and just don’t want to eat. You might be thinking that it's impossible but there are actually some foods out there that can help with your loss of appetite. Whether you're dealing with morning sickness or a bad case of the stomach flu, this post will give you some tips on how to get your appetite back up so you can start feeling better again.

Why am I not hungry?
Hunger is a natural signal from your body that it lacks energy and needs fuel. Your brain, gut’s work are two of the most demanding processes to make you feel full so when these signals aren't being received as they should be because there might actually be an issue with down regulation or even damage which can lead us into an unhealthy lifestyle where we're no longer receiving those feelings due entirely too many medications etc., then this will result in lackage appetite development over time until finally reaching [a point] were someone has lost all sense/coordination causing them life threatening conditions if left untreated.

What to eat when you don’t want to eat?
Loss of appetite is quite a common problem with plenty reasons. But what should we do if our meal doesn't have the nutritional value that's needed for proper growth and development, but still need energy from food in order not be hungry all day long?! Luckily there are many high-calorie foods rich in protein such as lean meats (especially chicken), dairy products like eggs or milk plus cereal grains which will make up part or whole diet plans depending on preferences. The bottom line: If decreased appetites bother us then these choices provide adequate calories without minimizing taste! 

So, what to eat when you don’t feel like eating?

1-White rice is the best food for people suffering from diarrhea, nausea and stomach discomfort. This also helps with supporting muscles bones or nerves as well as decreasing risks of cardiovascular disease.White rice is a great carb that will leave you feeling energized, satisfied, and even more hungry! 

2-Bolied eggs- are a quick and easy way to get your protein in when you don't feel like eating. It's also the perfect snack for those days where you're too busy or just feeling lazy.  Here are some tips on how to cook them:   - Put eggs in cold water, bring it to a boil, then turn down heat and simmer for 15 minutes.  - After 15 minutes, cover with lid and let sit 10-20 more minutes before removing from pot.

3-Bananas are a great source of potassium, which is necessary for the body to function properly. Eating one banana when you don't feel like eating can help boost your mood and give you more energy. Bananas also contain tryptophan, which helps produce serotonin that lowers stress levels. And bananas are just plain delicious!
A typical day can be tough on anyone's appetite, especially if you're feeling stressed or sick. But eating even one banana can make all the difference in how you feel because it helps regulate blood sugar so your brain works better and provides an instant hit of vitamin B6 - which not only boosts mood but may help fight depression by regulating neurotransmitters in our brains that control our emotions.

4-Broth soups are the perfect way to beat those colder times. Made with ingredients you probably have in your cabinet right now, broth can be soothing and nourishing. Just make sure not to forget about it when fighting illness!

5-Goji berries are one of the best foods for you when you don't feel like eating. They are loaded with antioxidants and protein, which provide an energy boost to help power through your day. You can eat them with yogurt or on top of oatmeal - they're delicious!

6-Green salads.

I want to share with you my favorite salad recipe. It's called "Eat Green Salads When You Don't Feel Like Eating." haha. One of the most important things about eating healthy is making sure that you eat a diverse set of vegetables and fruits every day.  This salad uses an assortment of these goodies including: romaine lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, avocado, green beans and corn kernels. The dressing is made from olive oil, lemon juice and garlic cloves - all really good for your body! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Tips For You:

  • If you suffer from poor appetite, you should stimulate it. You can do it by eating small amounts of food more frequently.
  • Make your dishes more “attractive”. They should look and smell good. This small trick can also help to stimulate your appetite. On the other hand, strong odors which are off-putting to you should be avoided.
  • Avoid foods high in fermentable fiber such as cauliflower, gojiberries, beans and some more until your appetite is Ok. They usually make you feel gassy.
  • Use a bigger plate. In this way you’ll trick your brain and make it think you eat less food.
  • Find some company. People tend to eat more when they enjoy their mealtime and share it with their closest family and friends.
  • You can try working out. In this way you’ll rev up your metabolism, boost your appetite and lower your stress level. Make sure to consult a health professional before taking such a step and stick with lower-impact exercises at first as you figure out what you can tolerate.
  • Try something new. New foods, dishes and even places where you eat can increase your appetite.
  • Take advantage of the times you do feel good and eat calorie-dense and protein-rich foods then.

Conclusion paragraph: It's important to remember that eating is a personal decision and what you should eat when your appetite is down will vary from person to person. The best thing for those experiencing this issue, as well as those who want to help someone else with it, would be to consult their doctor or other medical professional on the next steps they need in order to get back on track. We hope our article has helped provide some helpful insight into how we can deal with these issues while maintaining an active lifestyle!