My doctor told me Vitamin D impacts many things, including weight. She checked my Vitamin D level through blood tests. My vitamin D intake has been increased twice. I've lost weight & inches. It is easier to exercise. Re-test in 4 months. Have your D levels checked.
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It is important to stick with a productive exercise plan. It is imperative to increase that plan. As your body changes it is going to plateau, which means you are going to have to work harder. Burn more calories by increasing the time you spend exercising and by adding weights. Increase a little at a time. You did not gain this weight over night, you won't lose it overnight either. 252
Start with the two pound hand weights then add two pound leg weights, increase your hand weights then your leg weights and so on.
What can keep you from losing weight?Vitamin D is one crucial factor to me losing weight. I found this out after I got pregnant with my 5 th child. I noticed my weight gain was so much less and losing weight was so much easier. I noticed I didn't retain weight at the end of the month either. Get your vitamin D checked and then go onto Vitamin D drops, not pills and it really works.
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