I took the liberty of looking at your trackers (thanks for sharing, that helps a lot!) and noticed a few things.
1) You work out A LOT. But you're only getting around 1500-1600 calories a day. Sometime even less (I see one day with less than 1,200 caloriesWhat is your current weight, target weight loss goal per week, and target weight?
2) I see regular candy intake; occasional treats are just fine, but these seem to be replacing real nutrition, and that's bringing your total calorie count up with little benefit. You're eating around 200-250 calories of sweets a day; that's not going to keep fueling 8+ mile runs and other workouts.
3) I see VERY little vegetables. You've been good about your grapes, but I see no other fruits or veggies in your intake at all. More vegetables are crucial! You're getting at most 1-2 servings a day. You should have at least three times that. Vegetables can give you a lot more filling fiber and other stuff to keep you fuller longer, without adding a lot of calories.
4) Your breakfasts are very carb heavy. Carbs are critical, especially for runners, but they're not so good on the sticking-to-your-ribs thing. Instead of 3 pieces of bread, you may want to find something heavier in the protein section. I've found I HAVE to have protein to function; I do better with a couple of turkey sausage patties than I do a whole grain bagel... even when the calorie counts are the same.
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: 190.6