Although this can be frustrating when you’re doing everything right, it’s not a reason to give up.
Sometimes it just takes a little while longer to see the results of your hard work reflected on the scale.
You try too hard to be perfect (and kick yourself too hard when you’re not).
You can expect to hit some bumps in the road, no matter how hard you’re trying. Setbacks are normal.
The important thing is not to let those bumps get you totally off track, but to learn from them and move forward.
You don’t eat enough. One of the weight loss mistakes people don’t realize.
A lot of people assume that the less you eat, the faster you will lose.
Eating less isn’t always better. One of the biggest mistakes dieters make is not eating enough. Your calorie range is based on your current weight, goal weight, how aggressive your goal is (whether you want to lose weight quickly or slowly) and how much exercise you are doing.
You skip breakfast.
Maybe you were in a hurry.
Maybe you thought you could cut some calories. But now it’s 11 a.m., and you haven’t eaten anything for 15 hours straight.