Every time you drop down the amount of sugar you have in your diet your body has to get more used to not having it. Your body can produce glucose on it's own, you just need to get used to not having unnatural amounts of energy in your body. Your body is used to compensating for this. When it learns it no longer needs to compensate you will be happy good luck
I was fairly skinny on SAD, too. What happened to my body was i got extremely skinny, then muscle just starting growing easily once i was completely off sugar and just did occasional high intensity work outs.
Make sure your not deficient in vitamin D. That can cause lack of energy too.
I follow the warrior diet for the most part. I wait to eat a big meal till im done with the day's activities. Then its just a quality meat and veggies with every meal. I eat hardboiled eggs as a snack some times. Things like bacon and eggs make a great snack cause they don't fuck with your insulin as much.
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Oh look, the adorable little troll has an adorable little friend.
Interesting, isn't it, how their responses are never more than five minutes apart, and this paulroy person apparently does not know how to spell the name of his own hometown...
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all he says is its not as bad as some other things, not that its good
he also says that you shouldn't beat yourself up over eating some. which means you shouldn't beat people up over eating something that is essentially neautral.
again, just because low carb is working for you now, doesn't mean that it works for everyone and doesn't mean it will work for you a year from now. trust me on that one. i know from experience.