Is there a chance that you are combining a healthier diet, but at the same time working out regularly or exercising more than you have in the past. An increase in exercise and a weight gain could indicate you are losing fat, but gaining muscle.
Also, is there the chance that you may be at the weight marker, where in order to lose additional weight, you may need to decrease the calories/carbs you are eating on a daily basis.
You don't say, but do you track your food regularly? It could be that you are consuming more calories than you think in order to maintain your weight loss.
I am an advocate of balanced meals, and I try to stay close to what SP pie-charts recommend (so much protein, so much fat, so many carbs). You can see these charts on your food tracker at the end of the day to see how you have done, or you can pre-plan your day and check the pie-charts out before hand. I have never done well, and tend to gain back the weight, when I've tried eating too much or too little of say, protein or carbs.
Besides, the above, could there be a medical reason? You may want to check with your doctor and tell him or her your concerns.
Wish you the best in making progress with this issue. I get frustrated too, but in my case, I know when the weight comes back on that I am being a bad girl.
Keep a sense of humor. Remember, laughing burns calories too!
Laugh until it hurts! It's one of the few things in life that's still free!!
Any effort is better than no effort!
| Pounds lost: 2.0