I've been on a plateau ever since I started this journey 3 months ago (I just didn't know it until now), I lost some weight but I struggled. I was on a strict 1200-1300 cal a day with very low sugar or fats and I was barley losing a pound a week and then I would gain it back again.
Well that has all changed in the last two weeks alone I have lost 8 pounds!!!! just by including peanuts, walnuts and olive oil into my diet on a daily basis. My calorie intake is now 1200-1500 calories.
Also another tip I don't eat at least 3 hours before bedtime, If I get hungry (which hardly happens) I sip my water or you can try something water based like oranges, melons, strawberries or hot chocolate. Hope this helps.
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Healthy fats to include in your diet are avocados, seeds, nuts, olive oil, fish oil & canola oil. Essential fatty acids, known as omega-3s &omega-6s, produce an alert mental state. Water-packed sardines improve mental fuction including lean beef, chicken, turkey, pork tenderloin, shellfish and eggs.
Italian researchers have found that increaseing your intake of omega-3 fatty acids leads to a decrease in insulin resistance, so that means omega-3 will join the list of other foods recommended by your doc or provider to stave off diabetes. Eat fish like salmon, sardines, plant and nut oils, seasame seeds, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, olive oil and walnuts. ASk your helth care provider if you should include Omega 3's in your diet.
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