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Hungry, Tired, Depressed: How You Should Really Feel When Trying To Lose Weight

June 12, 2012

In the last month, I have had no fewer than three friends tell me they're feeling a little tired, depressed, or hungry because--and this is true--they're trying to lose weight in time for bikini season. Putting aside my very-strong feelings about that phrase (and the crash dieting that it often leads to), this mini-trend concerned me--do women really think you need to be depressed, tired, and hungry to lose weight? And, perhaps more importantly, is it true? I asked registered dietitian Jessica Fishman Levinson, MS, RD, CDN, and founder of Nutritioulicious, to help clarify some things. More »

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