Hey! Don't let that bring you down. Because:
1)You already have a healthy weight, which means that no matter what you do, you'll find it a little bit harder than those of us who are genuinely overweight to lose fat. But you should be happy about that.
2)How do you know that you've only lost muscles? What about water?Water is the first to go, and it is usualy plenty. To make sure you're not losing muscles you could:
a)measure waist and hips every month.
b) Drink plenty of water. If you don't, no matter how little you eat, you're not gonna lose weight.
c)Exercise, to strenghten your muscles and transform body fat into body mass. 90 minutes per week is must. But then, if you can, exercise more than that. 3h/w is ideal for most people who try to lose weight.
d)Don't eat too little, especially if you exercise. This way you'll have the oposite results than those you want
e)Protein and carbs. Protein should not be more than 20% of your calories. You need carbs before you exercise, because of glucose. Fat should not be more than 25% when dieting. So this leaves you with 55% carbs.
~Running to stand still~
"A wet person has no fear of rain."
-All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.-
| current weight: 230.0