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I am having difficulty losing weight and even gain, even though my daily caloric intake is consistently 400+ calories below the researched Calorie needs for my height and weight (at a sedentary lifestyle).  I eat right, I exercise moderately (though that is increasing), yet I still don't lose weight and even gain.  I have issues with insulin resistance so I have to watch my carbs.  I love to do weight training and can't stand cardio but do it anyway.  Any suggestions on what else I can do?
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