Boss Man wrote:Could be the extra activity you started doing burning more Calories.
Your Metabolism would have gotten used to the amount of Calories you ate, but when you started working out, you burn Calores and then you readjust it to need less, because it's not processing the Calories you burn.
That is probably why. It might be your meal choices, but you could be trying to eat more than your Metabolism wants, and you feel hungry, because it's using the calories it now believes it needs, and storing the extra ones as Fats.
So those Stored calories as Fats, would have been utilised by the bodies Metabolism, but not now, because the Metabolism has been adjusted to need less, so it views those calories it is now not using as excess, and is converting them to Fat.
Particularly if quite a few of those calories were from Protein, as Protein makes you feel full and properly sated, so you don't feel the need to overeat daily.
So what you'll need to potentially do, is change your Macronutrient, (Protein / Carb / Fat), ratios, and possibly lower caloric intake slightly, to cut down Fat conversion.
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