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Why have I stopped losing weight but I'm still working out and eating right?

Most weight loss plans recommend losing one to two pounds a week. But the annoying truth, Crome says, is that weight never comes off in a nice steady downward trajectory. Instead, if you were to chart most people’s weight loss there would be dips, the occasional spike upwards, and lots of plateaus. “The hardest thing for people I work with is that they’re doing everything right, they’re consistent, and the weight doesn’t come off,” says Crome. “But the fact is this: The body is going to give up the weight when it’s darn good and ready.”So don’t let a stalled scale make you lose hope. Just keep eating right and building muscle through exercise and eventually the weight will start coming again.

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