Our expert says:
Your present BMI = 24,3 which is still within the normal range (18-25). The diet you describe seems reasonable, but please check your portion sizes to ensure that you are not ingesting more energy than required. Because your BMI is in the normal range, it will be more difficult to lose weight than if you were 20 kg overweight. Make sure that you are doing cardio exercises at the gym like jogging, rowing, spinning, swimming and/or skipping because this type of exercise helps use up more kJ than working with weights. It is possible that your gymming is developing muscle tissue which weighs more than fat tissue, so also keep a record of your dimensions which will show if you are losing fat during periods when you don't lose weight. Please be patient and continue with the diet and the exercise because this regimen should cause slow, steady weightloss.
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