Diet and excersise for over a month and a half nothing...
I am 21 years old 5.4 f and 152.1 pounds. I have started a weight loss diet and daily excersise for a month and a half now. The problem is that even with a calorie intake between 900-1100 kalories and almost daily high intensity aerobic excersise for at least 30 minutes i have dropped only one kilogram. I cannot understand why, though. In older attempts i would lose up to 1 kilogram per week! My metabolism should be racing, since i eat every three hours, i eat healthy meals, i keep a low fat intake, i drink green tea, i don't eat more than three candies per week (and even those are low in calories.) This time i am not in a "diet" i decided i want to change my eating habits and excersising for ever, but i can't help but feel rather disappointed.
I can't understand what is wrong. What am i doing wrong? What has changed from six months ago? What could i do?
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