I understand about not thinking 1800 calories is enough. When I was eating 2300, it wasn't enough because I wasn't getting enough nutrition out of it.
But WHAT I'm eating now is worth more than 2300 calories I ate before.
There's more nutrition in frozen wild blueberries than the hybrid bananas you can buy today.
There's minerals galore in the dandelion/and other weeds tea I drink, than the cultivated spinach you can buy.
And the 3 cups of kale noodles I eat daily has more nutrition than I used to eat in a whole week.
Plus, the plant minerals and tissue salts I've been taking changed my chemistry. I used to think about food all the time because I was lacking something. Now I'm full!
That's why today, I can do a water fast, and still go for an hour walk, and do all my chores, work on my blog ect.
And I don't feel any different than when I do eat. No hypo, brain fog ect.
Haha back to your question:
I didn't get depressed with hypo, but I lacked motivation and I got grumpy when people talked and I wanted to be alone.
Hypo really affected my brain energy! You?
And I would feel dizzy...
My body is so different now. I've done 3 day fasts with no symptoms. Except for a headache which a colonic
cured. But that's herxheimer not hypo :)