How many calories are you consuming? What is your height, weight, and age?
sounds like to me you need more calories, eat fruit and vegies if your getting that hungry.. some light protein. you should get hungry, but not that hungry.
hell if your smart enough you wont be hungry at all.
What are your current stats and activity level? CC often tells people to eat 1200, which is usually too low for most people, especially if they are active at all. Log all your cals for a week then deduct 500 from that or google your BMR and use that as your baseline cal intake.
no it is not normal. A little hunger is normal but severe and being dizzy means u are doing something wrong
Dizzy and nauseous is not normal. Without knowing more about you, your height and weight, how many calories you are consuming it is very hard to give good advice.
Going to low on calories is counterproductive, but how low that number is depends on the individual, your metabolic rate, your overall health, and other factors. Getting a complete physical would be a good idea. Talking to a nutrition expert, who can evaluate you and your situation would also help.
Definitely not normal. How many calories are we talking about in that low calorie diet? Are you taking in enough water as well. Dehydration along with low calories can also cause dizziness as well. I have been on approx. 1300 calories for about 6 months now and I now know when I have to eat something. I too start to feel nauseous and I have a snack right away. I eat 5-6 times a day, but they are small meals and small (under 100 calorie) snacks in between, so I am never that hungry. I don't test my blood sugar, but I bet it is quite even all day long. When I was doing the south beach diet with little or no carbs, I was very tired and lacked energy all the time. Yes, I lost 40 lbs on that diet, but after going off it, I regained all of that weight and more. This site has been fantastic to keep me on track with eating healthy and I love it. Good luck with your journey and even with all the advice, please check with your Dr. if this continues or gets worse.