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Experiencing fatigue after eating isn’t normally something to worry about, however extreme tiredness after meals may indicate a health issue – especially if you struggle with an eating disorder. If you’re eating the right foods in the right amounts, meals should leave you energized, not drowsy, so it’s important to get to the bottom of …

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