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Here are six strategies for pushing past that plateau and sticking to your weight-loss plan through thick and thin: 1. MIND THE (ENERGY) GAP One of the conundrums of weight loss: As you trim down, you actually need to further restrict your calorie intake or increase your energy expenditure. Weight loss plateaus are actually quite common. 6 Tricks for Pushing Past a Weight Loss Plateau 6 Tricks for Pushing Past a Weight Loss Plateau. April 10, 2017. A weight loss plateau is when you temporarily stop losing weight.

Here are 14 simple ways to break through a plateau and start losing fat again. 6 strategies that can help you bust through your weight loss plateau: Focus on eating the healthiest, most nutrient-dense foods you can. (think ‘ REAL’ food here, not foods with an extensive list of ingredients you can’t pronounce). The more healthy whole foods you eat (with plenty of protein and healthy fats), the less room you’ll have. When the calories you burn equal the calories you eat, you reach a plateau.

To lose more weight, you need to either increase your physical activity or decrease the calories you eat. Using the same approach that worked initially may maintain your weight loss, but it won’t lead to more weight loss. “A weight loss plateau happens to pretty much every person on a weight loss journey, at some point,” registered dietician Bonnie Taub-Dix, RDN, creator of BetterThanDieting.com, author of Read It Before You Eat It – Taking You from Label to Table.Can hitting a weight loss plateau be frustrating?

A weight loss plateau is normal. No matter how diligent you are in following your good health regimen, from time to time you’ll fall off the wagon. The key to getting back on the program, here are Health Fitness Revolution’s easy tips to breaking through the plateau: Mix up your exercise routine.

Change the time of day that you workout. Busting through a weight-loss plateau is more than calories in and calories out. Processed foods won’t cut it anymore, thus quality whole foods like vegetables, beans, high-fiber fruits and lean proteins are needed for your engine to burn body fat.

During each meal try to take smaller bites, put your fork down between them, chew well, and savor your food. Pay attention and stop when you feel full, knowing you’ll be eating again in another 3 to 5 hours. The truth is it’s normal for your weight to ebb and flow, so don’t panic if you see slight ups and downs.

I read an article called “6 Tips for Pushing Through a Weight-Loss Plateau” by Mackenzie Lobby Havey. ( The truth is everyone struggles with plateaus, and they can feel like they are lasting forev.

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4) Poor Circulation & Low Body Energy: for some dieters, Initial weight loss is quite rapid, but then a plateau is reached and further weight loss becomes difficult, because restricted food intake slows down metabolism, helps convert stored fat to energy, and energizes circulation to help a deter get over this plateau.

“How to be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist: Herbal Traditions Expert Formulations” by Linda Page
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Unfortunately, the dreaded plateau can happen to almost every woman: As you remove weight, your body’s metabolism—the rate at which your body burns calories—often slows down.

“Body for Life for Women: A Woman's Plan for Physical and Mental Transformation” by Pamela Peeke
from Body for Life for Women: A Woman’s Plan for Physical and Mental Transformation
by Pamela Peeke
Rodale Books, 2009

The pace of weight loss is always erratic, but the definition of a plateau is when you lose nothing—nada—despite doing everything right, over a period of at least four weeks.

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by Dr. Eric C. Westman, Dr. Stephen D. Phinney, Dr. Jeff S. Volek
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A plateau—which I define as an inexplicable pause in weight loss that cannot be traced back to dietary misdemeanors or lifestyle changes—is not an uncommon occurrence.

“Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution” by C. D. C. Atkins
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by C. D. C. Atkins
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Making changes in the number of calories you eat can help you push past a plateau as well (although it doesn’t pay to reduce your calories too sharply, because then the antistarvation defense mechanism will kick in and slow your weight loss all over again).

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from The Best Life Diet
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Moreover, it assumes that weight loss will continue without reaching a plateau.

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from Handbook of Obesity Treatment, Second Edition
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And last but not least, it’s a resource full of helpful information and tips that I’ve learned during and after my 120-pound weight loss on the ketogenic diet.

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from Simply Keto: A Practical Approach to Health & Weight Loss, with 100+ Easy Low-Carb Recipes
by Suzanne Ryan
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

These are my top ten tips for making a ketogenic lifestyle work.

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by Kristie Sullivan, Andreas Eenfeldt MD
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

Once you get in the swing of things, you can skip to option #4 on the next page, which is a fabulous strategy for someone who’s learned how to sense when they’re in ketosis and can feel the effect that an adjustment of macros has on their body.

“The Keto Diet: The Complete Guide to a High-Fat Diet, with More Than 125 Delectable Recipes and 5 Meal Plans to Shed Weight, Heal Your Body, and Regain Confidence” by Leanne Vogel
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by Leanne Vogel
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For some clients who are working hard to lose weight and achieve certain goals, this can be called a ‘plateau’.

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  • My problem is that i am on 800-1400 cal a day fo years and that’s when i eat a lot. I need to eat less because otherwise i gain constantly weight. It’s stressing me out because i had an eating disorder when i was younger.

  • I am really sad and frustrated. I’ve been trying to workout and diet for over a year already, on and off, i guess i also have slow metabolism. But really nothing works, no change, ive been doing cardio for weeks recently and earlier today someone said i gained weight. It pisses me off and is just depressing.

  • Believe in yourself & have a mindset for Heathy Life Style:

    We all fail at some stage but that makes us stronger to get up and start doing again and learn from our mistakes.

    Some tips for Healthy lifestyle
    * Get quality & enough sleep (body actually recover well & encourages weight loss)
    * Less stress, Meditate more, laugh & relax, smile as much possible, talk good & positive, avoid arguments, Gratitude and Love
    * Drink more water (add electrolytes & Himalayan salt, ACV, cream of tartar, Magnesium)
    * Eat Quality foods (avoid carbs & sweet stuff as much possible)
    * Add workouts & HiiT to your routine & intensity of workout and lift weights
    * Must walk minimum 10k steps
    * OMAD one meal a day early evening
    * Zigzag your calories, no starving
    * Drink green/Matcha tea, ginger lemon & cinnamon, Kalonji/Black seeds oil, Husk & Sena
    * Add Avocado, Kale & plenty Salads (Use Nutritional yeast on salads)
    * Use pasteurised poultry & eggs
    * Use grass fed Meats & Cheese
    * No Snacking
    * Avoid MSG salts & fast foods
    * Avoid Sugar & sweat stuff
    * No Soy, No Corn, No Canola, No Dexta,
    * No grain: wheat, rice, Pasta, Cereal
    * No Fruits till target weight then moderation (add more barriers)
    * No Milk (Only almond milk unsweetened, Cheese & Cheddar.

    Meat
    Salmon/Mackerel/Tuna (wild caught)
    Liver
    Beef (grass fed)
    Chicken (free range)
    Bone broth (free range)

    Vegetables
    Broccoli
    Cauliflower
    Brussels sprouts
    bok choi
    Mushroom
    Kale
    Spinach
    Collard green
    Beet green
    Swiss chard
    Lettuce
    Rocket/arugula
    Celery
    Ginger & Garlic
    Organic Olives
    Asparagus
    Parsley
    turnips & all kadoo & tori
    Artichoke
    Avocado

    Fruits
    Blackberry
    Raspberries
    Avocado
    Grapefruit
    Strawberry
    Blueberry (frozen)
    Cantaloupe
    Plum
    Pomegranate (only if you making desert)
    Figs and dates (only in ramadan very few)

    Nuts
    Macadamia
    Pecan
    Walnut
    Flaxseed
    Pumpkin seeds
    Chia seeds
    Brazil

    Avoid & caution
    Avoid MSG salts & fast foods
    Avoid Sugar and complex/processed carbohydrates
    Avoid GMO fruit/veg
    Avoid Protein fed soy & grains & steroids
    Avoid all processed oils, Vegetables oils & margarine.
    No soya oil, canola oil or corn, dexta

    Use & consume
    Quality Sea Salt(Himalayan salt)
    Quality Olive, Coconut oil & Avocado oil
    Grass fed butter & Desi Ghee
    Organic cheese & Cheddar
    Try to eat organic veggies as much possible.

  • So many years I try so many different things about losing weight but just one thing change my life, looking your amazing videos and lifting heavy and tracking what I eat! It’s so true that I have in my mind if I lift heavy I become like a man, Hashanah omg my body changing so fast and getting in shape so nicely that I never think that I even have like this body, and this is just a beginning, I am so excited about future how I gone look like:) thank you so much!

  • If you ever hear “survival mode” on a video thats the time to quit watching. Survival mode doesn’t happen until after like 40 days of zero food, no calories.

  • Experiment with 1) HIIT (high intensity interval training) max. 2X/wk 2) lift heavier weights, more SLOWLY, fewer reps 3) eliminate gluten and any other foods you may be allergic to (allergy = inflammation = water retention = extra weight). Plateau = body got used to the new things you were doing to lose weight and readjusted to a lower set point to maintain current weight (more efficient with fewer calories). Very annoying.

  • my appetite has disappeared, I havent been eating breakfast and lunch even though I have school and gym for the past week. then I just have some salad for dinner and that’s about it.

  • As a non-native speaker i found a lil hard to understand some of the last words of your sentences, maybe because of your accent? but still, i want to say thank you for sharing your experience ������ it was really helpful, i’m suscribed now!

  • I’m pretty small (160cm) and don’t have a physically demanding job, so my RMR is around 1600/1700 kcal. If I eat about 1400 kcal per day, that puts me just into the caloric deficit range and I’m pretty satisfied and not hungry. Are you saying that’s unhealthy and unsustainable? Or was that just a statement true for larger/more active people?

  • Is it possible to build enough muscle to loose weight without lifting? Because I’m 15 and I can’t go to the gym yet, but I have to get more muscle and I really want to get into better shape…

  • This is great thank you! I’ve made a complete lifestyle change almost 7 months ago, and lost 50lbs so far. I’m a 5’3 139lbs female, so I’m officially at a “normal” weight range for the first time in my life, but I still want to lose more weight. I’ve been experiencing a weight loss Plateau for the past 6 weeks and it’s been so discouraging. I’ve been seriously losing motivation, so this video helps! Thanks again:)

  • This is day 50 of my videos from you and I’m progressing well with practicing and practicing and implementing what you suggest (at least a few tips a month I practice). THANKS. this subject of “the last 5 pounds” is a HUGE one for soooo many people (and then… yes, keeping that last 5 pound loss OFF for longer than a month). GOOD LUCK TO US ALL!

  • How can this video have almost 900 dislikes. I’ve been lifting and living healthy 30 yrs of my 48yrs of life and these tips are spot on. Nothing can compare to weight training.

  • Thanks for the video.
    If I was you, I wouldn’t have this background music so loud. It is hard to watch, because it is competing with your voice. ��
    Better without…

  • I can’t eat so much food to reach over 1000 calories. I’m feeling full after 2 toasts with tomatoes and salad. My counter says every time I’m 200-300 calories under my ideal calorie level. I am 18 and 5′ 8.3″

  • I love you <3 you're so freaking peppy and energetic and full of positive vibes! So much amazing information and new ideas to try. Have you ever thought about doing a full length workout video? So that we could do it at the same time and follow along?

  • I eat about 1400 calories a day and according to my fitbit only burn around 1700 so I keep myself in deficit, surely if I ate 2000 calories I would gain fat?
    As for sleep, I have a toddler so he wakes frequently and that can’t be helped.

  • Your videos are so full of wonderful and correct information. ����. You are a such a refreshing voice in the mix of all the loudness of the fitness world! Thank you for taking the time to do these videos and truly blessing so many of us ��

  • i tried intermittent fasting and it was horrible!it messed with my hormone levels and affected my stamina.so i stopped it!most ridiculous diet i have ever tried is 3 day military diet!horrible way to spend 3 days!

  • I’d like to see more videos of what to eat in a day. I can’t seem to shed more than three lbs and it’s been over a month of very strict eating with no white anything, or carbs except a little brown rice and wheat toast once a week.

  • Thank you for this information! I lost 50 lbs relatively quickly, now I have 30 more but the scale won’t budge. There are a lot of these things that I was absolutely religious in the beginning but I’ve gotten a bit lax on them. I feel motivated again that I can make a few simple changes and start seeing results again. You don’t preach, you educate. I love your style. I can’t wait to see more of your videos.

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  • I hit a plateau since I started my workout/diet. Since day 1. I didn’t lose an inch. I didn’t lose weight and my body fat percentage increased. I’m not giving up though, I’ll keep trying. Thanks for the video.

  • Hey Racheal! What was your lowest weight ever and what was your highest ever?How long did It take to get from the highest the the lowest weight.Thnkx

  • The last of my fat that I need to lose is stubborn fat that’s in my thighs and I just can’t lose it no matter what. I’ve been working so hard that I’ve developed a stress fracture in my shin (my bad on that part for not stretching beforehand and directly jumping into weight lifting and sprinting oops). It’s been three months and I can see abs in my stomach I just can’t seem to lose the fat on my thighs

  • If you feel like your diet isn’t helping you loose weight anymore try doing it WHILE FASTING!!! like 16/8. You don’t have to do it everyday just 2-3 times a week and it should help

  • 1. ( 2:35 ):the right mindset
    2. ( 2:16 ):how much you are eatingtoo much/too less
    3. ( 4:25 ): increase the intensity of workouts
    4. ( 4:59 ): hormonal imbalance
    5. ( 5:45 ): Zig zag your calories ( day with training=more calories, day without training= less calories)
    6. ( 6:15 ): get more sleep
    7. ( 8:39 ): quality food
    8. ( 9:41 ): drink more water
    9. ( 10:11 ): build more muscle
    10. ( 11:06 ): do not give up

  • You are sooo right I was on a plateau and one week I decided enough is enough! I ate 1000 cals of whole carbs and lots of protein in 6 days I lost 700 gr!!!

  • I’m still extremely overweight. There’s no way my body is holding onto my fat. I think I will continue my training and count calories.

  • I emailed myself with great health insurance without starving myself. My diet worked perfectly and brought quickly results. I lost 23 pounds and lost several centimen during my belly. The diet is on this web site here http://bit.ly/2hC3N99

  • Everyone loses weight/ fat in different areas! Just cause she said she lost a lot of weight in the hips (water weight, bloat, and fat) doesn’t mean you will!!!

  • I suspect birth control (mirena iud) is what’s making the last 40lbs hang on. also I have also cut back the frequency of workouts due to not being able to get enough sleep. also hard to make it to my calorie goals each day due to being too full. I have dense muscle & a lots of belly blubber, no definition to my muscles but I have inches off I did P90X exactly to the routine. I have more than one factor I’m trying to problemsolve.

  • I dream every single night �� it’s frustrating at times when I want to rest well and I can’t because of it!!!! so I have to take naps in the day��

  • I feel like I hit a plateau everyday �� I’m emotional every day and I end up crying so very hard and then I feel a lot better. Idk why?!?! ANYONE HELP!! I keep telling myself not to fail, I’m not gonna fail. I’m just starting. I’m about two weeks into eating pretty good but I haven’t started working out yet. I start insanity program on Monday. I can’t wait. I have been walking/running almost everyday. Can’t wait to see results.

  • Thank you for taking the time to make these informative videos. You are so inspiring and passionate in helping your fans/subs. It’s much appreciated! Love ya, Jen!

  • Thank you for all your advice! I love how real you are:)
    Are you offering coaching at this time? I know you are super busy but will love to hear you are.

  • I was shocked when she said 1200 calories was littleXD ( i dont workout though, cuz i dont have time) cuz I am eating 1000 calories haha, but my weight has now stopped, so im considering going down even more in calories! btw loved your video, thank you so muchhh!:) (

  • I feel like I fight to maintain what I lose and I’m only 6 weeks in my journey. The numbers just ride up and down but I manage to lose 2 pounds a week. Right now I’m just hovering around and I’m desperate to see the 260’s lol. I true walking somedays instead of gym. I might add more and and hiit.

  • Does anyone happen to know approximately how much of a weight difference there is in between the pictures in the thumbnail? Did she happen to post it somewhere or can I look it up somewhere?

  • Thanks Jen for all this info! I have also switched things up! I am working on my weaknesses and focusing on eating non processed food.

  • Thank you so much for providing this information. I hit a plateau with weight loss and you helped me realized that I wasn’t eating enough. I was always under in my macros numbers.

  • Hey Alex, its Yoshwin. Your friend from old times. Great tips. I have been doing IF for over a year so instead of the spreading out 4-6 meals daily. It has surely been more flexible in the lifestyle approach. My IF protocol is simply the 1617 hour fasting and 7-8 hour eating window along with Flexible dieting and i use my fitness pal but not obsessively, i range between 1900 2100 when cutting. i perhaps range from 8% 15% body fat. So i dial up the cals to 2400 2600 maintenance when i am 8% to put on some muscle, which puts me back at 15% again lol. Then repeat!

    Whenever i plateau in weight loss, i usually go back to eating higher than maintenance cals and continue hitting PR’s ( personal records ) either lift heavier, little more volume like more reps or sets. Or sometimes, it helps to switch around particular exercise movements or just take a week off the gym or any exercise. This keeps the mind and body to rest to overcome the plateau

    My diet structure is

    8am wake up

    9 10 am Black Coffee ( to suppress appetite), Sparkling water ( this is to fill me up, this is great idea)

    3 pm Break my fasting window 500 cal -700 cal light meal ( somewhat balanced macros)

    5 pm 6pm 1 Fruit ( Banana or any fruit)

    7: 30 ( workout) That’s if i do workout. Either weight training or cardio or anything

    9 9:30 pm Big Feast ( more protein 1200 1800 cals)

    (3pm 10: 30 around) is my eating window

    Hope this structure would help someone. I got this from Greg o gallagher, Kinobody, but lean gains prommoted IF along with brad pilon and hodge twins etc etc

  • Wtf i am 15y old and i eat 600-700caloris a day. (And I want to lose weight but I can’t I dunno why) I’m 59kg and 165. I have once a week a hard workout (2h) and 2 smaller (30m) on weekdays.
    I started eating healthy a mounth ago and I started to eat less but no change.��
    Wtf problem with my body?

  • does it happen to people with large amount of bodyfat? ive been at it for m9nths and now kinda go from 228 and 232 but not lower or higher

  • Hi there!! Love your channel and have a “quick” question (hopefully): I LOVE the gym but every time I go work out my weight goes way up, I’ve found that if I skip the gym a couple days and up my calories a little it immediately drops but I hate not going. Am I creating too big of a deficit on workout days or is there something else in play? Also if I just keep doing gym is this something that I can eventually push past and my weight will “normalize”? Thanks so much for any help!!

  • Hey Jen, thanks for the videos they’re so helpful. Can I ask! I’m currently at a plateau and have been on a low calorie plan for sometime and will now look to up my calorific intake for a period of time! Can I ask, would you have any advice on how long to up those calories for before dropping back down to my current calorific intake? Thank you.

  • thank you!!! You have given me some many ideas on my weight loss journey and my newfound healthy lifestyle. I have been watching all your videos. i am addicted!!!

  • Yay this is the video you told me you were making! thank you this was so helpful! also it was so awesome to meet you last weekend!

  • Well you say that 1200 calories is Insane for weight loss and then you are saying that I might be eating too much food, and I am meant to eat 900 calories a day according to my body type to actually lose weight

  • Hey Alex thanks for this Video. Brilliant Tips. Thanks for sharing. Have a question.

    Here is my story.. Since growing up i was a very fat guy. I am 29 now. The highest point i hit on a scale was when i weighed 292 pounds. this is was in Nov 2014. Became very concerned about my weight, started dieting and doing little exercise. Had gradual reduction of weight more because of clean eating. now i am weighing 222 pounds @5’11.I look ok now now, But i need to shed more pounds and particularly the chest fat I think i have hit a plateau. Trying all sorts of dieting. but the weight doesn’t seem to budge down. One thing which freaks me out is that if on one day i eat something loaded with calories like pasta or noodles, though i make sure my overall calories for the day is less than 2000 for that day ( my BMR is 1900 approx) gain 1-2 pounds easily. i struggle to get to lose that that again. Why is this happening?

  • I love how you actually give very concrete tips that no one ever talks about! Also, your final thoughts hit me right in the feeelsssssss. So true. Thanks so much x

  • “bump up your calories”
    I’ve been eating more calories than when i started but still on a deficit yet i haven’t lost weight in a month.
    i’m slowly getting depressed and i actually binged last week, my weight didn’t change either
    The fire is slowly diminishing

  • Just what I needed! I’ve been sick recently and haven’t been able to workout, thus, feeling down and out, and unmotivated. After watching, you just lit a fire! ��

  • Love you! Been my inspiration finally stepped on the scale and lost 8pounds
    But now I have tendinitis in my knee I’m so scared it’s going to be stuck with me now!

  • hold up, you said to try increase the weights, I’m sure I have heard you say in the past NOT to increase weights because then you have to maintain it and cant’ decrease them if you do. also something about more reps less weights. So I am very confused. Is that just something to do with Ectomorph, mesomorph, Endomorph? so confused here

  • do you look like a man?? um sorta… you have a lot more muscle than what some woman want. You’re still beautiful, but there still some women that just want to be as lean as they can and not muscular…

  • Thanks for the suggestions for intermittent fasting. I need to change things up. McDonald’s breakfast or muffins at breakfast have not been good for weight loss. Lower carb diet is better. Was getting results on a restricted diet where I drank protein power shakes and lots of fruit and vegetables. Now I am back to square one again. I am increasing the weighs gradually at the gym. I am feeling stronger. You are looking pretty good Monk!

  • As specialist, I do think Custokebon Secrets can be good way to lost tons of weight. Why don’t you give it a chance? perhaps it will work for you too.

  • You are the ONLY fitness coach I follow. You’re so authentic and that’s what I admire about you. I’ve ran across other fitness channels but in today’s day and age, people have become so snobby, fake, and materialistic.

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  • Ive lost about ten pounds my first week o doing a calorie deficit diet plus running. Is running worth it on top of the dieting? I keep seeing articles that running doesnt help you lose weight, is this true?

  • I’ve been under eating a lot… I do daily intense cardio for and hr or longer and usually twice a day but I only eat below 1200 calories usually closer to 800 (I should be eating 1500 to 2300) and I’m scared to go out of that bc I don’t want to gain weight but ik I have to give my body a couple of days to get used to the new diet thank you for

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  • Thank you for ALL your tips on weight loss! I enjoy all your videos, your so fun and bubbly.. I love your personality.. You rock! Wish i lived in Cali so i could workout at your gym.. ��

  • Ask any kid how to lose weight, they know, ‘stop eating’. For some reason people ignore the studies that prove calorie restriction and exercise don’t work (reference the biggest loser study) and the short to mid term weight loss of gastric bypass surgeries by simulating fasting. Fasting also cures all but the most damaged t2 diabetics and is liberating, you don’t have to keep stopping for meals, just keep doing what you like!

  • Kinda nailed it for me. I didn’t realize my weight loss now can’t be the same calculation as 40 lbs ago. Feared gaining weight from increasing my intake in everything. But trying out different methods of eating now because my workout has been intense and still no budge on the scale for two weeks. So eating more it is.

  • You’ve changed physically and mentally so much and I’m proud of you! You’ve motivated me during my journey ever since I discovered you in the beginning of 2018. Love you Rachel!

  • Sleep has been a hard one for me. I got my thyroid checked because my doc thought that could be it but my bloodwork is fine. Still can’t sleep for more than three or four hours at a time! I’ve had so many people tell me to try this thing that worked for them, but nothing seems to work.

  • Ok, I’m taking notes but I need to point out that you’re STUNNING. Like, the combo between green eyes, pale skin and black hair is just insane *. *

  • Yes, can you do a video that shows the whole process from food shopping, ingredients and meals. My biggest issue is want to eat in the morning. Also, food combination, and less meat.(I need to learn to cook, for sure lol) I want to build more muscles, loose that mid section belly, I would want stronger thighs and not skinny. But my belly is not to portion, and I don’t want to loose weight. is this true that you cant just target on section?

  • We have been able to help tens of thousands of people break through weight loss plateaux or prevent them from happening, for free.
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  • I started to lose weight but then today I gained 1 pound and I guess it’s because I haven’t been working out as hard as I have been, so I’m going to work harder again:)

  • I’ve been doing IF (Intermittent Fasting) for 2 months and the result is a good 15 lbs. off my body. Hey Alex! Always good points! Please don’t forget to count your macros everybody!:)