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Weight loss plateu for 3 months!

Monday, September 10, 2012

I've been on a long slump. According to sparks I have a deficit every day but I can't seem to loose any weight. I have a fatty liver so I'm guessing that it has to do with that. I'm trying not to loose my resolve but every time I step on the scale and keep seeing a gain it can't help but hurt a little bit. I've been exercising at least 3-5 times a week and keeping my calories below 1800 calories which is supposed to be a deficit for my weight. I haven't been able to fully let go of foods with fats but they still are in my recommended range. I'm just unsure how to make the weight come off at this point. My husband recommends I exercise twice a day and consistently 5 days a week to see if that will help. These last three months has been yoyoing. I'd gain 3 lbs, loose 3 lbs, gain 5 loose 3- one week I gained 11 and then lost 10 the next week- I'm not sure what my body is doing.

Does anyone have any recommendations for a fatty liver or has a story of getting passed it. I would love to hear it. I'd rather not give up all fat in foods because I know that wouldn't be sustainable for me. I can do low fat, but I don't think I could do a diet that nearly eliminates it.
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  • v SWEETRAVIN
    I just got a media fit device. Hopefully this will help me figure out what's going on and give me that changeup I need! Hopefully some pounds down these next couple of weeks instead of pounds up!

    Jen
    1347 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/19/2012 4:37:18 PM
  • v THE_SHAKESHAFT
    You need to change it up!! Do something new and different to give your body a bit of a kick!
    1356 days ago
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