Break a Fat Loss Plateau
Once you’ve been losing fat for a few weeks, or a few months, things can suddenly grind to a halt, even if nothing seems to have changed in the way you’re eating, exercising and living life. Fat loss plateaus can be very frustrating at times, but generally they are temporary bumps in the road. It’s important to keep focussed on your goal, and the long term sucess you want, rather than minor changes in measurements or weight from week to week. The key to achieving what you want is to have a long term view, and be confident knowing that the slow carb diet works for almost everyone who tries (those with some preexisting medical conditions excepeted).
Often, a fat loss plateau can be traced back to some minor changes that may have happened over time. It’s easy for habits to change from week to week, and it not be obvious until you check your habits compared to when you started.
There’s a few things to do first, to help you address a fat loss plateau, if you haven’t seen a change in weight or measurements for two weeks running.