It's difficult to say what might be wrong without more specifics. Usually, if your'e not losing weight, there's a couple of things that can cause this:
1) Underestimating your calories eaten. Are you weighing/measuring, or eyeballing it? Only 11% of Americans accurately know how much they eat. Most of us underestimate... when I don't weigh and measure? I don't lose.
2) Overestimating calorie burn.
3) Not giving it enough time. You're still adjusting to your new activity level at one month... it's entirely possible you're just not adjusted yet!
If you will consider sharing your nutrition and fitness trackers, perhaps we can take a look at specifics and determine what the problem might be, and give you more tailored advice specific to your situation.
Also, how much are you running on those 3-4 days a week? 1500 calories may be enough (though it's on the low side) to support a couple of miles, but if you're running 10 or more those days, you may not be eating ENOUGH. I also notice by your Sparkpage that you're an RN... RNs are very active, and you may need to adjust your calorie range to reflect your non-sedentary lifestyle. Info on how much to do that with here: www.sparkpeople.com/community/ask_the_expe
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 6/13/2012 (22:04)