Some carbs might help with the immediate satiety issue.
Also, what are your stats? Height, weight, BF%, etc.
When I first did this, I was pretty much never hungry. Then I stopped weight lifting (back injury) and reduced cals a little. Now that I've started lifting again.. I AM A BOTTOMLESS FEEDING MACHINE.
I am 2tall, destroyer of foods.
I've had 4oz almonds
4oz blue cheese
(home made primal salad dressing)
Half an onion (sauteed in butter)
Still starving. So I got the local mexican place to make me a huge glob of melted cheese with enchilada sauce on it. Mmmmmm...
Got a 18oz new york strip waiting for me when I get home, but I'll still be hungry.
I couldn't possible NOT be getting enough fat... Don't know what's up!
It isn't? It's well over 3k calories.
6'7, 240lbs, about 20-22% BF (caliper test)
I digested my hunger mechanism.
And over 3k calories? Please, come talk to me when you've eaten 5k and want another roast.
In all of the universe there is only one person with your exact charateristics. Just like there is only one person with everybody else's characteristics. Effectively, your uniqueness makes you pretty average.
I'm that way today. I think it's because brekkie was smaller than usual (just canadian bacon and bulletproof coffee). Since I cut out dairy 100% my appetite has skyrocketed, but I only crave meat and fat. Rawr.
Eat moar fat, maybe? Seems to work best for me. Was finally satiated for over 6 hrs the other day after having a chunk of lamb the size of my toddler's head.
I think a lot of it is your body is using this newfound bounty to heal itself. I'm not losing weight so fast, but my shape is changing.
"dean ornish and dr. davis think the palmitic acid our bodies use for fuel while we sleep is poison if we eat it. zero-carbers like charles washington think the oldest fuel in our evolutionary history – glucose - used by organisms a billion years ago and without which the brains of modern mammals cannot survive for more than a few minutes – is an unnatural toxin if you eat it. both views ignore basic facts of medical physiology and defy evolutionary history." - kurt harris