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Extreme fatigue after lunch

Cito33189

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It’s your food choice tortilla rice beans that’s heavy. Wake tomorrow have a cup of egg whites and 1/2 cup dry oats see if that happens
 

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I'm saying yes as in I agree with you.
I had the same struggles as OP, and a couple ways to fight off post meal fatigue is to walk it off or avoid carbs during said meal
 

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A chipotle burrito sometimes. High carbs for sure. I’ve noticed I’m definitely very sensitive to carbs

Whenever i eat a heavy lunch full of fat and carbs... I crash. Not so bad as it used to be, but i think i was pre-diabetic at the time.

Try eating a lighter lunch, something either protein/carbs only or protein/fat only.

When i did keto, i never got lunch crashes. I really think its the carb/sat fat combo that does it.
 

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Also, look into your sleep patterns, 'not great' sleep, along with carb-coma, can make for a tiring afternoon or mid-morning.
Just because you dont have apnea, are you getting quality sleep? Are you a big snorer, etc? That disrupts quality sleep and it isnt apnea.

Anyways, looks like you have a few ideas here you can try, great advices from some folks here...
 

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Same here other then high cholesterol I am pretty healthy. It's my lunch choices that make me want to go to sleep afterwards
 

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