You could try using the loss of appetite (if there is one, I don't know as I haven't yet received my order), to your advantage. If your goal is to bulk up, and gain muscle (as mine is), you could try intermittent fasting, and carb back-loading. I attempted carb back-loading and intermittent fasting about 3 months ago, but was unsuccessful. It was prime summer time and I was trying to get real lean and show off the abs. The problem was I also just started a more intense workout program (Jason Blaha's Ice Cream Fitness), and it's recommended to really take advantage of all of the sets and reps, you really need to eat. Well, at first I was able to keep up the CBL and IMF, as I previously shrunk my stomach -- I did 2 weeks of a juice-fast going into summer, but eventually I fell off the diet as I was just too hungry all the time from the new program. I was a beast in the kitchen, and went onto the "see food diet". I started waking up and eating about 6 eggs every morning... So now, I'm completely off it. Winter is upon us and I'm trying to bulk. Plus, I'm hungry and eating all the time, gaining muscle, but I can tell I'm starting to gain a bunch of fat back. I'm kinda hoping that mod does give me a loss of appetite. I'm going to try to get back into the IMF and CBL, so when spring and summer show up next year I don't have too much excess to cut. So, the idea with intermittent fasting is to not eat anything until about 1pm or 2 pm. The goal is to go about 16 hours on a fast each day. Then only eat during an 8 hour window. So from around 9pm to about 1pm or 2pm you don't eat anything. The carb back-loading portion is to only eat carbs after your workout. For example for me I workout M,W,F, so I'd not eat until 1pm-2pm, I'd have eggs and a protein shake. Nuts, whatever else, some cheese as a snack. Stay away from most fruits and breads. Then workout at 5:30pm. Come home, have the post-shake, and cook dinner. That's when you actually get the carbs in for the day. Now there's obviously a lot more to it than that, but it's the jist of it. If it sounds interesting i'd recommend researching it and finding out if it would work for you. It might be a good way to go, especially if Mod is doing part of the work for you and suppressing your appetite throughout the morning and early afternoon.