When someone is on the journey to loose weight it can become a roller coaster ride. The process seemed easy in the beginning, the scale was moving fast and you were pretty impressed with yourself. Then after week 2 or 3 everything stopped or you weren’t loosing as much. What is happening, I’m following the diet, I was doing great, why am I not loosing anymore weight? This great article I found on Healthline will answer a lot of your questions about the time line of weight loss.
“Whether you want to lose weight for a special occasion or simply improve your health, weight loss is a common goal.
To set realistic expectations, you may want to know what a healthy weight loss rate is.
This article explains the factors that affect how long it may take you to lose weight.
Weight loss occurs when you consistently consume fewer calories than you burn each day.
Conversely, weight gain happens when you consistently eat more calories than you burn.
Any food or beverage you consume that has calories counts towards your overall calorie intake.
That said, the number of calories you burn each day, which is known as energy or calorie expenditure, is a bit more complicated.:
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