Would it be likely to say that fatigue is a characteristic of low calorie intake?
Hello cookslinda44. Exactly what you said, fatique is your body telling you through activity that and how tired you are as a result. I don't apply the idea, high calorie intake equals less fatique. And as to sleep, yes, the less amount slept, as a rule, the more fatiqued we feel, become. Its a hugh player sleep and part of our biological clock. Interesting questions, hopefully other members might respond and give you thier point of view. Very best to you,
Since my friend Pledge has answered it has prompted me to answer also. I totally agree with him except with the food part except I don't think it's caloric intake . It more of waht you put in your body as fuel which needs to be balanced & good for you, there is a big difference, I can eat enought of the right kinds of foods (as in vegetables) & be full with energy to boot, but keep the calorie count down for weight control. Now for a child, who is usually more active than an adult you may have to add a few more things with carbs to keep that energy up, but it can still be healthful. That is all I wanted to add to Pledge's answer. He does a wonderful job anyway without help...
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