Our expert says:
It takes forever because it's very, very difficult to achieve the kind of changes you're looking for! If it was easy, then nobody would ever have this problem! So you're not unusual or alone in that regard!
It's especially difficult when you get into a range of body mass that is "normal", which you are - your BMI is 24, and the ideal range is between 20 and 25, so it's not as though you have many kilograms to lose.
The question is, have you become fitter? Because if that answer is yes, then the training is working. If not, then you need to reassess what you're doing exercise-wise, but if you're getting fitter, then it's having an effect. Then it's question of diet - low carb is not necessarily good, and I would think that this may be the next thing you need to look at. It's almost certain that on a low carb diet, you're under-eating, and that's going to negatively affect your ability to lose weight. So I'd say it would really pay to assess the diet, see a dietician and get onto a plan that fits with exercise.
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