Breezygoat Posted November 21, 2012 Share Posted November 21, 2012 I am a winter girl. I *love* the cold. I love snow, I like shoveling, I like snowshoeing. I *hate* heat and humidity. That is...I think I do. I'm finding that the more weight I lose, the colder I seem to feel. My bedroom is the coldest room in the house, and that has always suited me just fine. My husband, however, is always freezing at night in the winter. And now it seems so am I! Like, I put on socks at night (never before!) and have actually put on a hat to warm my head up while drifting off to sleep. Now, I've been very overweight for my entire adult life. (Before that I lived in Florida, so being cold was never really an issue.) This is the first time I've lost substantial weight, and more importantly, the only time I've eliminated sugar (and most carbs). What I want to know is if this susceptibility to cold is related to the reduction in carb intake, my weight loss, or both. Does anyone have any insight on this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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