kat2021 Posted August 8, 2013 Share Posted August 8, 2013 I don't know if this is the right place for it or not, but I need some advice. I completed a Whole 60 at the end of May, and I've stayed about 90% on it since then. I have dark chocolate a few times a week, I've had dairy, rice and corn on a few occasions, and I eat white potatoes again. I've had alcohol a few times, but it makes my seasonal allergies kick up, so I've pretty much stayed away from it. Otherwise, my diet has stayed pretty much Whole 30 - with plenty of protein and good fats. I don't limit portions, eat until I'm full, and I've not been restricting carbs or anything else. So my problem is, I'm still losing weight. I've lost about 16 pounds since the end of March (and I was a healthy weight before starting) and I feel like I'm getting close to being too thin - my BMI is just a little over 20, and I know that's still in the healthy range, but bones are starting to stick out a bit! Anyway, I like eating like this and I want to continue, but I'm wondering when the weightloss is going to stop. Seriously, I eat nearly as much as my husband does, and he's more than double my weight and a foot taller than I am. Does my body need to get to some kind of a set-point? Or do I just need to eat more? I don't like the idea of stuffing myself, but I'm not sure how else to maintain where I'm at. I exercise moderately (mostly walking and body-weight stuff) and I'd like to pick that up a bit more, but I'm worried I'll drop more pounds if I do. Any thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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