Our expert says:
If you have always been thin and always hungry, your loss of appetite could indicate that something is wrong with you (e.g. depression which can suppress the appetite, or anorexia). I would recommend that you have a medical examination and mention this to the doctor. Let's first see if you have an underlying problem that has made you lose your appetite. If you can obtain a diagnosis we can make changes to your diet. In the meanwhile try to eat a balanced diet and at least 3 meals a day.
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