I would have liked to look at your nutrition and fitness trackers before giving advice, but they are set to "private." Without basic information it is really difficult to give you advice. So, I'll ask some questions.
What kind of exercise are you doing? How long are you exercising each day? How intense are your exercise routines?
What are you eating? How many calories? Are you accurately tracking your food at every meal? Are you measuring your portions at every meal?
Using as many tools as possible will help you map your success. Nutrition trackers help you see how much protein, fats, carbs, etc... you are taking in and it also tracks these things by meal so you can see how much you are really eating.
The fitness tracker helps you create a "calorie deficit" by showing you how many calories you are expending every day compared to how much you are taking in. Also, by creating other goals such as measuring your various body parts, blood pressure, resting heart rate, and other markers, you can see how you are doing with your overall fitness and adjust your exercise routine accordingly.
There's an old saying "you can't get where you're going if you don't know where you've been."
Nothing tastes as good as healthy feels and looks.
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