Sparkpeople has a great series on plateau busting. You can find the first article here: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_artic
Basically, to get over a plateau, something needs to change... what you've been doing isn't working, so you have to shake it up. Your body adapts over time. Also remember to update your Sparkpeople goals every 15 lbs or so, as your calorie needs change as you lose weight, making what was appropriate a month ago potentially too much after you've lost a few pounds!
What's your current calorie intake? The first place to look with a plateau is your kitchen. While you may not be eating junk food, you may still be eating too much for weight loss at your current level.
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