Why am I not seeing weight loss despite all my healthy food and lifestyle?

I am 22 years old, 170 cms and around 70 kilograms, i live a healthy lifestyle, my healthy food is measured through a scale, i eat veggies, grilled chicken, steak, around 180 grams of rice throughout the day which is almost a 100 grams of carbs only, but it seems like i am not losing the weight i want despite everything i have been trying, i exercise 5-6 times a week and i maintain a very healthy lifestyle, but some fat on my belly and sides are not going away, i need help please.

Doctor Answers 2

Not seeing weight loss

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You are not alone! It seems that you really are applying yourself to do the right thing. I would advise to have a diet diary for 2 weeks. That way you can see it in black and white. People will diet and then plateau. The body will try to readjust it's weight. This is the time to push a little harder. Avoid whites(rice, bread, pasta, potato and corn). Add greens and berries and lean protein (chicken, fish,turkey). Then increase exercise and add High Intensity interval training 2 x a week. Products like Isagenix really help to lower the salt, fat and sugar cravings too. Avoid all processed food. ( lean cuisine, deli meat, etc).

Ditch the rice, ditch the steak and go lower cals or more intense exercise

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Rice has zero nutritional value and can be classified as junk food. Your carbs can be fruits instead. If you like the texture, substitute "riced" cauliflower. Steak is a higher fat protein than fish or chicken so get rid of it for a while. Drink at least 2.5 liters of water daily. Do high intensity cardio.

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