Why aren't you losing weight?

Weight loss can be hard, so let us help you figure out what's stopping you

Your medications are an issue - Medications may be necessary, but they can mess with your weight. Research shows that 10 - 15% of the obesity epidemic is related to drug-induced weight gain. If you think your medication may be interfering with your weight-loss effort, talk with your doctor about prescribing you an alternative.

You're skimping on protein - Some people when dieting tends to cut back on the protein which is exactly the wrong thing to do. For one thing, protein is a vital building block of healthy muscle tissue. Researchers found that 96 people in their 60s and 70s who lost weight, found that eating one gram of protein per kilogram of body weight daily helped participants preserve healthy muscle mass. 

 You're not pushing your pace - If you keep sticking to the same routine you're not going to see much benefit in terms of weight loss. To achieve the best results we suggest pushing yourself to do more. For example, if you run 3 miles an hour every day you could try 4 or 5 miles and move up from there.

 You're eating too much at night - Recent research compared people who stopped eating at 7 p.m. with those who quit at 11 p.m. Those who stopped eating earlier burned more fat and had lower cholesterol and blood sugar. This could be because our bodies are programmed to process food more effectively during the day.

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