Various studies have shown that during the luteal phase woman consume more carbohydrates , proteins and fats and that 24-hour energy expenditure shows increases between -%.  The increasing intake during the luteal phase may be related to higher preferences for sweet and fatty foods, which occurs naturally and is enhanced during the luteal phases of the menstrual cycle.  This is due to the higher metabolic demand during this phase.  In particular, women tend to show a cravings for chocolate, with higher cravings during the luteal phase. 
This mini water cycle will give you a first-hand glimpse at how
water moves through this process on earth. After the bowl has
been snugly covered with plastic wrap, drops of condensation
will start to form in the sun. These large drops of water on the
plastic wrap will drip back into the bowl and coffee mug below.
If you would like to speed up the condensation process, cooler
temperatures help; carefully move the bowl with water into the
shade without splashing into the coffee mug.
Allow the process of condensation to continue and wait a few moments before peeling back the plastic wrap. You will notice that water from the large “ocean” inside of the bowl has evaporated into the atmosphere, or plastic wrap. Once the droplets of condensation on the plastic wrap grow too heavy, they fall as rain back to the earth, or the coffee mug.