“Why I always feel full and not hungry?” (5 tips!)

When you come from a restrictive past your hunger cues are messed up. You can feel full and not hungry. But it doesn’t mean you are now done with recovery and ready to follow intuitive eating.

You likely still experience many physical and mental starvation symptoms and do not even feel fully recovered.

So the “feeling full and not hungry” often just means that eating disorder and restriction have lowered your metabolism and digestion so everything you eat just moves slowwwly in your body so you get less hungry and feel full much quicker.

And when you continue to eat less than optimal you won’t reach full recovery.

So what to do in this case? Find out in the video!

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