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Some people who do only eat meat, consume what one could call a carnivore diet. In general, high-protein, low-carb diets are known to promote weightloss, so I can only think that your are eating meat with a high fat content. Try eating very lean meat with no visible fat and grilling the meat or pan frying it without any added oil or fat. This should reduce your total energy intake and assist with weightloss. Or you can try reducing the size of the meat portions and increase the amount of vegetables you eat. A weightloss of more than half a kg or close to 1 kg per week is actually excellent. You could also try including daily exercise for at least 30 min (jogging, brisk walking, skipping, swimming, cycling, etc) to stimulate your metabolism and assist with the weightloss. Be careful that you don't develop a calcium deficiency by adding another 2 servings of low-fat milk or yoghurt to your diet.
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