9 REAL REASONS WHY YOU'RE STRUGGLING TO LOOSE WEIGHT

You're dealing with an underlying medical condition

The first important step to take is to discuss your weight, concerns, and weight loss goals with your physician.

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You're opting for snacks that aren't satisfying

You may think you have your best weight loss interests at hand when opting for veggie chips, fresh fruit, or pretzels for snacks, and avoid unhealthy cookies.

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You went vegan without a solid game plan

This typically results in overeating, and often on carbs like calorie-dense pasta, pretzels, chips, and sugary snacks that can easily lead to weight gain.

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Veggies are sabotaging your efforts when ordering takeout or at restaurants

We see this a lot—people with the best intentions to be healthier try to include more vegetables at meals, which is fantastic, but they don't realize that the oil or butter that the vegetables are cooked.

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You're cutting out carbs altogether

Carbs are the fuel for your brain and your muscles, and when you cut them out, it's not uncommon to feel exhausted and get intense carbohydrate.

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Medications you're taking may be causing you to gain weight

Some medications cause weight gain, and there's a possibility that your weight can be caused by something you're taking.

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You're unknowingly consuming sneaky extra calories

Some calories can be pretty sneaky, though, like alcohol and your morning coffee. Even fruit juices that come across as being "healthy" can be jam-packed with extra calories and sugar.

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You hit a plateau

When you're dieting, your body eventually goes down to the size at which the number of calories you burn each day equals the number of calories you consume each day.

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You're losing patience

Losing weight is a gradual process that requires hard work, dedication, and patience. It may also involve some trial and error.

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