You are losing a very good amount of weight each month and as others wrote, your weight loss will slow down and you'll likely hit a plateau at one point. You might want to focus more on the eating and moving as a permanent lifestyle change. The weight will come off and when you reach the end of the year your eating won't change. Well you may start eating a little more, but it will be similar to how you're eating now.
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Just curious............. what do you mean "low vegan"?
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legumes, fruits and vegetables mostly. i've decided to up my daily calories for the week and see how that goes, but i'm afraid it won't work. It's just that I really hoped to be done by the end of the year. :(
Ok, I know the answer sounds obvious, but I don't necessarily mean the natural pounds lost decline that comes after the first weeks of dieting. I've been losing like 7-10 pounds a month, but I've noticed that during the last couple of months, it's only 5-6 pounds a month... I'm 21, walk a lot almost every day and I've been a low fat vegan for quite a while now. I have hypothyroid and a few other hormone issues.... It's just so sudden a decline... It wasn't gradual like I guess it should be. I've lost 82 pounds so far but I still have 50 to go, more or less. So I think it's too soon for my weight loss to be stalling like that... What do you guys think? Thank you.
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