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From: Joanne (84.10.169.208)
Subject:         Calorie intake
Date: January 31, 2014 at 11:43 pm PST

Hello Doug,

Recently, I've seen a lot of posts of vegans or raw foodists
who claim that they feel best when they eat let's say 1000-
1400 kcal/day, while bigger amounts make them feel drowsy and
weary. They also claim that eating more is based on cheating
ourselves, because we don't need such amounts. It's somehow
in contrast to what I feel, because if I consume less than
2200 kcal, I just feel bad; and to what most of the people
doing 811 believe in, since I guess that the majority of us
thinks we should consume more calories in order to enjoy our
health. Therefore, my question is: are those people who
consume small amounts of food just under the impression that
they are in good health or it's indeed possible that we can
consume 1000 calories, exercise and still be in good health
(even if in theory we burn more)? Thank you in advance!

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