Our expert says:
I can't work out if you are overweight or not because I don't have your height in metres. If you calculate your BMI (click on 'Diet' and 'Tools' to work it out) and it is between 18 and 25, then you have already reached normal weight and your body will resist losing more weight. If your BMI is above 25 then you are overweight and you will need to lose those extra kgs. I can only suggest that with all your exercise you are building muscle tissue which weighs more than fat and is mirrored by the fact that you are not increasing much in size. I think you need to sit down with your Weighless counsellor and discuss this problem, to see if you can't prompt your metabolism a bit by going back to phase A. You can also try taking chromium picolinate or polynicotate at a dose of 200 microgram a day (don't take more or less as this is the optimum dose) to stimulate your weight loss. One other factor can influence weight loss namely depression. If you suspect that you may be depressed then please go for treatment with a clinical psychologist.
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