Have you been referred to a Registered Dietitian to help you? With Thyroid issues combined with Diabetes, if you haven't got a Dietitian, I strongly suggest that you ask your Dr for a referral to one.
Some people find that their weight-loss is hindered by eating too little. If this is the case a Dietitian will be able to identify this, too.
I suggest if you aren't already, weigh all of your food for increased accuracy and enter it all into the Nutrition Tracker. When you go to the Dietitian appointment, take some printouts from your Nutrition Page because this can save heaps of time in identifying the problem, and setting about rectifying it. NO guess work or inaccurate memories involved.
Great job on the weight loss so far! Are you working out 1 hour a day or 3 hours a day? How much are you eating on average each day? If you are working out too much and not eating enough, that can certainly stall weight loss.
Also, have you recently updated your weight goal page on here? If not, I'd recommend you do that so you make sure you have the correct nutrition goals for your current weight and activity. To do that, go to your start page, click on the edit goals button, select weight, then update that page and click save. Clicking save is what will trigger the site to update your goals accordingly.
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Hi, all. Just putting this out there. I have lost about 24 pounds in the past few years. There are times where there is no weight loss, my meals are very small, I exercise and hour every day, before work, at work and after I get home from work. So frustrating that it is so slow coming off. I am 63 @ this time. Any thoughts, We line in a rural area so riding a bike is out of the question. Help!