I went to a website that calculates what your calorie intake should be to lose weight. I plugged in all my parameters, and even played it safe by indicating that I was less active than I actually am. It told me that if I consumed no more than 1859 calories a day, I'd lose .5-2 lbs. a week. But I'm only consuming 1600
calories a day AND exercising regularly (biking and working out with weights). And I seem to be stuck at 185 for weeks now. I dropped down to 182 for a day *bam!*, then jumped back up to 185 where I'm now lodged.
How can I not move down in weight *scratches his head in puzzlement*. I calorie-count, I'm drinking more water than ever before (I'm NOT a natural water-drinker), and I exercise almost daily (I feel like a slacker couch-potato if I don't). Even if the calculator had told me to only eat 1700 a day, I'm below that, too.
I hate these plateaus.