Our expert says:
A couple of things here. The first is your current weight. You're by no means overweight. Your BMI is under 23,a nd your body fat % (assuming it's been measured accurately) is 23%, which is also lower than the average, for a woman of your age. So it might just be a case of being pretty close to your "natural" body weight, which means that any further gains are going to be a little slow.
now, what is of concern is that your diet is apparently insufficient for your training. I'd also be concerned with the phedra-cut and the CLA, because you don't need those. They clearly are not working (they hardly ever do) and they're more risk than benefit to you. So I think you should get rid of that.
But more important, the diet is vital. It's a paradox, but if your energy intake is too low, your body actually struggles to lose weight. It's too clever for that, and it knows when you're "starving" it, and then responds by using less energy than it normally would. The result is that you actually prevent weight loss by eating too little, not helping it!
So I think that the key is to get yourself to a dietician and have them look at your diet. You can probably make an impact simply by doing that. That's not to say a "normal diet" - these diets are no good, they only mess up the system, and you need a sensible eating plan, not a diet.
I can't comment too much more on the exercise, since I don't know what you're doing, but I would advise that you reassess those goals, because getting down to even 54kg is going to be mighty difficult to do.
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