I have noticed recently that my appetite has gone a bit weird. I seem to have become quite averse to any green or orange veg. A pile of broccoli or some carrot soup instantly kills my appetite whereas it was fine a month ago.
The same applies to dry/lean meat. Fried salmon is a no go whereas smoked is fine.
Hardboiled eggs are fine, but anything else produces issues.
Coconut milk is fine in stuff, but hard work gulping down on it's own.
At first i thought this was down to some hidden gluten, but it's kept going despite being extra careful.
So do I listen and trust my body to tell me what it wants or keep trying to feed it a variety of stuff? I'd happily live off broth, curries and cottage pie at the moment.
30, female, 52kg, trying to gain weight so some quantities of rice and potato are still on the menu some days. I take a multivitamin and a mineral/D3 supplement as well.
ahhhh...potatoes... i see why the cottage pie is still on the menu then
Honestly, if it were me, i'd follow my body's cues - as long as you are meeting your nutrient requirements all should be grand.....
It almost sounds like you're pregnant!! I agree with Alainneire, I would trust my body to tell me what it wants as long as I am meeting the necessary nutritional requirements. Otherwise I would step in by feeding a variety of stuff (as you put it), especially of the primal kind, of course.