You don't mention how well you "track" your nutrition. It is not enough that you make healthy choices in your plate, it is important to know quite accurately what your caloric intake is. Without that information, one can't know if one is still eating too many calories or may be too little calories.
If the tracking of the nutrition is not an issue, you need to change your workouts. Old workouts done for a long time give the impression of burning a ton of calories, yet they burn very little, because over time the body gets used to the exercise. Anytime you exercise, you need to feel the challenge. If it is too easy, then you won't burn a whole a lot, or you don't benefit from it a lot.
To rev up the metabolism, try strength training. Even strength training you may have to change your workouts to get to your goals, even when you are eating within your range. That is because human body adapts to any stimulus given sufficient time.
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