jacqQ2017 wrote: »
Anyone else struggling with this. Any motivating tips!?
Scales are moving....at snails' pace!
Sawjer wrote: »
I see that as a good thing, means you are losing the last of your weight at a healthy pace and it won't come back on as quickly/rapidly if you start to lax. Keep going, you got this last 5kg!!!
If you really want to lose the last of your 5kg quicker and have correctly been logging your calories per week, lower your calories by 100 per day, drink 4 cups of green tea, drink 2 litres of water a day, that should do it.
yirara wrote: »
What's your daily calorie allowance? If it's 1200 then it probably means that you've chosen a too large deficit as mfp will never give you less than 1200 calories because it's unhealthy. If 1200 is sufficient to nourish your body and an amount that keeps you happy is something you need to decide.
I prefer to eat more to be honest. I lost 6kg that I'd regained by not so much setting a weekly goal because I know MFP doesn't estimate my calorie needs correctly but by setting my goal to 1400 calories per day plus exercise. That gave me a loss rate of 0.27kg per week. But of course this is very much based on age, gender, size, weight - and individual factors. If I'd chosen the guided setup and 0.25kg per week mfp would have given me 1280 calories per day, and I would have lost faster than predicted. Or more likely been grumpy, and would have eaten masses of candy and crisps every few days instead of the daily nice desserts that fitted perfectly into my 1400.
Hanibanani2020 wrote: »
I would personally be aiming solely for recomp at this stage not weightloss
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