Our expert says:
To begin with, you don't have a great deal of weight to lose. Your weight for your height is actually fine, and your body fat percentage is also normal. Of course, it might come down a little, but short of adding a lot more exercise and doing many hours a week, that might not budge. So some of it is a fight against physiology, and possibly ageing (I'm not sure how old you are). We do know, however, that with age, it gets more and more difficult to lose weight and reduce body fat.
I'd argue that your training is definitely having an effect, because you are getting fitter and stronger. That is a very good sign, and as long as that is happening, the results will continue to come. So if you've lost a little bit of weight, then you will continue to lose more weight in the future, provided you continue to get fitter.
I don't think you need protein supplements, and I would look at the diet. "Healthy" is a very relative word, and unless you're absolutely sure tha tyou're eating well, the diet might be a big problem for you. So I really would consider seeing someone who can help with that - a dietician, and look at what you might change. Remember that the margins for error are so small that little things have a big impact.
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