kao708 wrote: »
Not sure how long your weight loss has been stalled but I found that varying my calorie net throughout the week would often help kick me off the plateau. If you're consistently logging the same net calories each day, your body could get used to that and stop letting go of the lbs. Try to switch it up, with a few days under calorie goal and a few over. Also may try some new sort of exercise that your body isn't used to in order to change things up. If you do the same things every day, you're body will get used to it and it will no longer work.
goal06082021 wrote: »
It looks like you've only been using the app for a month - whatever you've done to drop 23 lbs in 4 weeks is probably already hurting your body (did you cut off an arm or something???). Up your calories, reset your goal to 0.5lb or 1lb per week, not the...5-6 lbs/week you've apparently been losing thus far. That's not sustainable or safe.
WeightLossIsaJourney wrote: »
For all of you saying that it’s unhealthy that I’ve lost 23 pounds in a month: First of all, thank you for your concern. It’s great that there are people looking out for others and I really appreciate that. Knowing that, I recently switched from Lose it to MFP about a month ago. I started losing weight and started my diet on December 1st 2020, or about two and a half months. I personally think that that’s healthy for me and my body, I haven’t been seeing any side affects and I am pretty sure that this will be sustainable. Again, thank you all for your concern! ❤️
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