Hi all, So for many years i've been one to hit up fast food drive thru's on an almost daily basis. If not, i'll most likely make something not so healthy at home, including chips and dip, hot dogs, burgers, frozen TGI Friday like stuff, anything with cheese and sauces and dips. Anyhow. I've decided to purchase a NutriBullet about 1 1/2 months ago and jumped in. I only blended vegetables; primarily collard greens, spinach, kale, some ginger, etc. For the water portion i'd either use water, coconut water or some healthy V8 alternative. Admittedly, these drinks don't taste as good as a McBurger, but i've surprisingly been making about 3-4 of these nutribullet drinks a day. The difference between eating like a spoiled fast food brat vs. eating only veggies (and i say only veggies cause i'll throw in a fruit every once in a while, like a banana or apple) is that the feeling of being hungry and full is quite different. With healthy veggies im never really full to the point of needing to sit down and rest, as opposed to a baked potato and steak. Also, im hungrier a lot more now, to the tune of wanting to eat every 2-3 hours as opposed to once at 9am, again at 3pm, again at 7pm and once more before bed at 10pm. Oh! and having been only eating veggies in the nutria bullet, I've been noticing that I dont need to scarf down something to eat in order to put myself in a food coma. Though this is not yet the optimal position to be in, I feel eating healthier is better for me in the long run as opposed to pizza and fried goodies. Yet the situation remains that since i've started eating only veggies i've been losing weight and looking healthier in so many ways. MY skin isn't oily, I sleep better, i'm more calm and composed, I feel in the zone when it comes to thoughts, as opposed to be mad and barking at people from time to time. I pick up water (none of that sugary health super-drinks loading with sugars) or tea. Yet no energy! Since I've replaced meats and gone to veggies i've lost about 3 pounds, lowered my body fat by a few %, up'd my muscle weight, etc. I bought a pretty cool scale that I weigh myself on 1st thing sunday mornings to calculate the week. Anyways, since i got this nutri-bullet and changed the way i've been eating i've not been exercising. One to two swims within the past 1 1/2 months at best, and one of the workouts i felt drained. interestingly i've noticed that from time to time when i find myself at a social or family gathering and im somewhat forced to eat meat i'll actually feel awesomely energetic and capable... BUT only if I don't overdo it and have a small amount of meat. Doing some research I can only assume this is due to the B-complex vitamins. BTW, I track everything I eat daily online so i know exactly how much im consuming. Many days with the veggies i'll consume no fatty cholesterol and i;ll keep certain levels down, as opposed to ridiculous sodium intakes with just one trip to Burger-King. My ideal success in coming times would be to continue eating healthy, add some energy to my plate via any healthy means so i can go and be motivated to workout again (i use to lift weights a year ago and be much more active). Im a college student so I can't really buy fish to cook at home considering our kitchen sucks (and hence the nutri-bullet) and meats is like an addiction to me so i feel like whatever i do buy, if at all, should be a healthy decision. As of now, time im posting this thread im considering buying my normal route of veggies but buying so lean meats and only having them first thing in the morning before working out, or perhaps after, i dunno... I just want energy.