Two weeks is not a plateau. :) There will be weeks you gain, weeks nothing happens, and weeks you lose. This is normal! A plateau is when you've been doing the right things for more than a month or two and nothing is happening.
Trust in the process, and understand that even when you're doing *everything* right, it can take as much as 6-8 weeks for healthy lifestyle changes to show up on the scale. Especially when you're adding exercise to the mix.
1) Make sure you're weighing and measuring everything. Sometimes, ust cutting out junk isn't enough to sustain long term progress!
2) IF you're already at a healthy weight, it may be time to put away the scale and focus on body composition. "Skinny fat" is when you're at a healthy body weight, but have a high body fat percentage. IF you're not strength training, that's where you need to go. Losing more weight may not be the answer!
3) There's no such thing as "bad food." There are things that aren't healthy, but as I said before, sometimes just cutting out the junk isn't enough. If you're still eating too much, you may not lose weight! Use your nutrition tracker here, and use measuring cups and scales. Knowing what you're eating is different than actually guessing!
Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.
I'm not pregnant, just fat: My blog. fatnotpregnant.blogspot.com/
| current weight: 186.4