Our expert says:
If you have been eating 2000 cal per day you should not be losing weight unless this was a significant decrease compared to what you were eating before. If you were, for example eating 2500 cal/day before changing to the Med diet, then this would account for the loss. However, if this weightloss is unexplained, then you must return to your dr for a checkup just to ensure that there is no underlying negative cause for the weightloss.
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