I haven't posted much in this sub forum, but I have some questions.
My average adult weight was 150, from 42 to 46 around 170, now I'm 180 with spikes up to 185, yikes, the good news is I am seeing 179.
So what I have I done? I guess you could say I should log my food but I haven't been very successful at that, However I do have a cybex, a treadmill, a gymbox membership , exercise t.v., a mountain bike, and trails to run and bike on, I have increased my exercise and for the most part don't eat out much, don't eat much sugar or fat, although I really have to watch my sodium. So I know, the eating part needs more work.
So I was told by my doctor that I am in early menopause and my thyroid test was "borderline"
I also have high cholesterol and have had high blood pressure, although my blood pressure is quite low now. So my question is, is all this making it harder for me to lose weight, or do you think its just diet?
I also developed heavy sweating and last month I had back spasms, making it difficult to do anything for several days. Any input or advice appreciated.