I would recommend keeping a food diary with the time, food, how much and calories of everything that enters into your mouth. Trust me when I say this can be quite an eye opener! As for myself, I can log some serious calories in drinks alone (soda, juice, teas) so I know I have to substitute something else to help the numbers on the scale to decrease. It is great that you are working out and I would not quite that but could it be that you are also gaining some muscle weight which is part of the reason the scale is not showing any "weight loss"? If the scale is seemingly stuck perhaps you can monitor your measurements with the tape measure instead for the time being and pay a little more attention to that for a little bit until the numbers on the scale decide to budge in the right direction. I too have suffered such frustrations and I had to rely on my trusty tape measure and some muscle toning for a little bit after a month stall on the scale and shazzam... several pounds just dropped off. I hope you find what works for you!
Do or do not. There is no try. -Yoda
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| Pounds lost: 9.0