Our expert says:
You don't mention if you are a man or woman, but I am going to assume that you are a man, because you are tall and seem to have a very high energy intake of 3000 kcal/day? Correct me if I am wrong.
Firstly your energy intake is still too high for weightloss. It is recommended that adult men reduce their calorie intake to 2000 kcal per day (women to 1500 kcal/day) to achieve steady weightloss of about 0,5 to 1 kg per week. Secondly you are evidently using a high-protein, high-fat, low-carb diet and high protein intakes are usually associated with high fat intakes which increase your energy intake. I would recommend that you use fat-free milk and yoghurt, smaller portions of the chicken (without skin, white meat only, vary it with white fish or tuna canned in water) and only have one egg instead of 2 for breakfast. Thirdly you have not done exercise for more than 5 days and then for only 5 min a day. The latest international recommendations are that individuals who need to lose weight should do 30 to 60 min of aerobic exercise (brisk walking, jogging, cycling, or skipping) every day to stimulate their metabolism. Try to increase how long you jump on the trampoline as you get fitter and add another aerobic exercise like brisk walking or skipping to make up the 30 min and later on, the 60 min a day. You can weigh yourself once a week and track your abdominal measurements at the same time because some weeks you will lose kg and other weeks you will lose cm. Please keep in mind that it can take a while for your body to adjust to this new regimen and that you need time to lose weight.
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