Our expert says:
Your present BMI = 26 which is just above the upper level of normal. If you do manage to lose those 8 kg then you would have a practically ideal BMI of 23. Pregnancy can have this effect on some women who find that they struggle to lose weight afterwards. You are already doing all the correct things - reducing your energy intake to 1500 cal per day, eating fat-free foods and doing a remarkable amount of exercise. I can only suggest that you have your hormones tested (thyroid, insulin and female hormones) to see if you have an imbalance that may be hampering your weight loss. I would also suggest that you concentrate on doing aerobic or cardio exercises rather than strength training because the former exercises tend to burn more energy.
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