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MB1306

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Posted: 23 Feb 2012, 06:09
I Have lost 21kg's since Sep 2011 but the last few weeks i have noticed that my weight is remaining constant even though i have reduced my calories and increased my workouts...... but still nothingSad Im looking to drop another 5kg's but feeling really demotivated.

Any suggestions on how i can kick start my weight loss again.
fredmugs

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Posted: 23 Feb 2012, 06:53
Maybe get away from the high carb fruit to either a lean meat or vegetables. Basically replace those carbs with more protein.

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Bodicea

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Posted: 23 Feb 2012, 06:54
Congrats on your loss!!

I'm no expert - but maybe add (I know this sounds contrary to what we're trying to do) - yes, add some additional calories. Healthy ones, that is. I think of it like it appeases the body so it knows it's not going to run out of fuel. Good luck! Joyce
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