Our expert says:
No Weighless and Weight Watchers who use a balanced energy-reduced diet for weight loss, do not have such a strategy and if they suggest that you eat a certain amount of food, then it is not a good idea to cut down further. People who go on diet to lose weight often think that they will get better results if they starve themselves. This is a fallacy because the body switches off its weight loss systems when it perceives that it is being starved. There are also countless individuals who have lost weight successfully and in very large amounts with Weighless. I can't judge if you still need to lose weight or not, as you don't list your weight in kg and height in metres so that I can calculate your BMI. You can click on 'Diet' at the top of this page and then on 'Tools' to work out your own BMI. If your BMI is between 18 and 25 (the normal range) then you will lose weight more slowly than someone who has 30 kg to lose. I would suggest that you continue with your diet and the exercise (not just for a short period) for another month. If you have still not lost any more weight at that stage, then it may be a good idea to have a medical checkup to see if you don't have a hormone imbalance (thyroid, female hormones, insulin) as this can hamper your weight loss, provided your weight is not already in the normal range.
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