I suggest you eat frequent small meals and stop counting calories. Take up lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, oats and other whole grain products and lean meat and take carbohydrates in moderation and limit fat and sugar. Week by week slowly increase the exercise which should include both aerobics and strength training. Drink plenty of water and non fattening fluids such as clear soups etc. Look for hidden calories in salads and soups and avoid them (eg: cheese, butter, dressings etc).
Also find out whether you have medical conditions such as hypothyroidism, diabetes, PCOD and anemia which prevent weight loss. Hope this helps. Take care!
If you start a new diet plan that omits certain food groups, you may be falling short of your nutritional needs. To supplement any shortcomings, be sure to take a good multi-vitamin every single day. While vitamins don't actually replace eating healthful foods, they are a good way to boost nutrition.
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