Our expert says:
Wishing you all the best for 2009. I don't know if Fitness Doc suggested that you have a medical checkup to determine if you have an underlying condition that is making you feel so tired? but I am going to do so. If you by chance suffer from iron-deficiency anaemia or fibromyalgia or depression or some other deficiency it could explain why you are so tired. Your basic diet is also not really balanced. Click on 'Diet' at the top of this page, 'Weight loss', ‘Balanced diet’ and then on 'Slimming Diet' for a copy of a low-fat, high-carb and fibre diet which you can use as an example to ensure that you are getting enough nutrients. You can eat more of the permitted foods because you do not need to lose weight. Your liquid intake is also rather low. Most Readers have to be cautioned not to drink too much, but in your case I would suggest that you try to ensure that you have at least 2 litres of liquid a day. Drink something in between meals and after supper. You can have milk, fruit juice, water, energy drinks, cold drinks, etc.
I do hope you can determine what is causing your tiredness.
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