Another thing to consider... eating healthy and working out does NOT equate to weight loss.
It helps, yes, but you can overeat on healthful foods. YOUR healthy eating vs MY healthy eating are two different things. If I eat 2,000 calories and you eat 1,200, but we both eat fresh veggies and fruits, lean meats, whole grains, etc, is my diet any less healthy than yours? Not really. But you might maintain your weight on 2,000 calories, instead of losing it, whereas I might lose even still! Or vice versa. Somebody might have a metabolic condition and they don't lose weight on the 1,200 calorie diet.
"One step in the right direction won't change the world, but it's a start. Someone's got to see the good in everything." -- Said the Whale, Banks of the English Bay
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|143 Days since: Binging/Restricting