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Hello I've been having a hard time eating due to affects and anxiety and stress.   I was hoping if there are ways to fix my appetite and increase my cravings for food.     I only eat twice a day which is not good an i don't find food as enjoyable as I use too   Plzzz help ty
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If you know the problem is stress, then that's what you need to work on, not your appetite, as that's just a symptom.  Maybe time to talk to a therapist or learn some relaxation techniques.
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Ok thank you (this is a new account).    
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Hello Cloudx21,
It's a little hard to give you advice because you haven't provided very many
detail. You mention the words " due to affects ". What affects ? You really should try and eat 3 times a day - breakfast, lunch and dinner. At each of
these meals you should be having some protein. You say you are " having a hard time eating due to anxiety and stress. Perhaps if you ate three meals
you would feel calmer. I have to have 3 meals because if I skip breakfast
I feel light headed and anxious. It's important to eat regular meals to maintain your blood sugar levels. If this were me, I would go to my family
doctor. Explain the problem you're having and ask for advice. Perhaps your
doctor can give you a referral to a nutritionist who can help you figure out
a good food plan for you.
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