Jaimbo Posted March 13, 2014 Share Posted March 13, 2014 I am 45 years old, female, 5'3" and weigh 145 pounds. I exercise moderately (work out with a trainer 2 days a week & jog or bike 2 days a week) I did a Whole 30 perfectly and lost 9 pounds. I felt so great and didn't miss much of the foods I cut out, so I continued to practice the Whole 30 way of eating. With the exception of adding in alcohol on occasion & one dessert in 65 days I have stuck to the plan. I have not lost any more weight (in fact I gained 3 pounds from where I was after the original Whole30) and I am really needing to lose about 20 pounds in order to be at a good weight for my body type & height. I thought I might be taking in too many calories (2200-2500?) so I am now trying to keep my daily intake below 1200 calories. My question isâ€¦.From the Whole 30 foods I eat, how many grams of good fat, carbs & protein should I be intaking to best lose weight? Thanks in advance for any good advice! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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