Some people are tired when they make drastic changes in their eating habits. Are you eating a well-balanced diet and getting enough calories? Posting what you eat over the course of a day or two might help people make suggestions.
A week isn't enough time to develop any vitamin deficiencies, and you're still eating meat so I'm not sure why that would be a concern anyway. I'd suggest the same thing as Michael, that maybe you aren't getting enough calories.
As mentioned above, you haven't been on the new diet long enough to have any new vitamin deficiencies, unless you already had one before. More than likely, you're just not getting enough calories, protein, or carbs. Try counting all of these for a day or two and see what you come up with. Or post what you're eating here, and we can help analyze a little.<br><br><br><br>
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Nutritiondata.com is also a good tracker to see where you're standing in your nutritional intake.<br><br><br><br>
But yea, I agree with everyone else - you haven't been pesci long enough to develop problems, you're still eating meat and no, your new diet has nothing to do with your current problems.
Totally normal. You don't get improved energy and mental clarity until you stop eating fish, too. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/tongue3.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=""><br><br><br><br>
I kid; everyone else had good advice here.
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