Lost_And_Found saidWhenever I've lost weight, I've just accepted being hungry as part of the deal.
My friend recently told me that he never feels hungry when he diets.
Does this mean I'm doing something wrong, or is he lying?
You're fucking up.
You should never feel hungry on a proper diet. Breakfast like a king, dinner like a prince, and supper like a pauper. Small meals often.
You should never feel stuffed, and you should never feel hungry.
You MUST make sure you eat enough to keep your activity level up and that you don't burn off muscle and that you don't train your body to become a fat-storing machine via metabolic deactivation.
More often than not, to get leaner, I'll bring both my activity level AND my calories UP.