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Try Intermittant Fasting with alternate day restriction. I have found that continual caloric restriction really slows down the weight loss. Restricting to 500-600 cal every other day, alternating with normal intake (maybe 1000-1200) can trick your metabolism into thinking it is not really starving and can keep humming along.

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⬆⬆ Intermittent fasting- highly recommend⬆⬆

Also more Fiber (more bowel movements) hydration and take a look at your diet to see if anything shouldn't be there (excess sugar, etc)

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if you're carb sensitive (and a lot of us are), I'm not sure I'd add more carbs. Whenever I need to lose weight, I try to stick with the basic plan - Protein first, then unstarchy vegetables, and then, if I still have room left, a small serving of fruit or "healthy" carbs (like whole grain items). I also switched over to calorie counting when I was about a year out, since at that point I was physically able to eat a lot more than I was supposed to.

weight loss slowed to a crawl for me once I hit the year mark (and maybe even a bit earlier - I can't remember). It took FOREVER to get those last few pounds off. I did manage to lose 50 lbs in year 2, though - but it took a long time - slow going, lots of stalls - plenty of times when I thought "well, this must be it...", but then it started up again. You may be in the same boat...

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I took a break and just tried maintaining after the first year. Then this past December I started losing again. I lost 5 lbs in my 23rd month and have kept it off. My body I think just needed that break to get going again.

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Keep going as you change it up!!! I agree on alternating days. I am working off a 10 lbs regain and as I am carb sensitive bread is not happening I count calories and Protein and avoid carbs. Best to you as a send cheer your way!! PS I do not lose if short I’m sleep. 🌻🌻🌼🌻🌼🌼🌼🌻🌼🌼🌻🌼🌼🌼

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I feel your pain. I'm in the same boat. I have been bouncing the same 2 to 3 pounds up and down for the last 3 months.

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I'm in the same boat. I'll be 10 months post op this weekend and have 10 more pounds to get to my goal weight. Things have come to a screeching halt the last 6 weeks.

I'm eating on plan, exercising, and keeping at 1000 calories per day, as my program requires. At 160 pounds, I should still be losing at a good clip if I'm eating 1000 calories per day, since my total daily energy expenditure is about 1700 calories. But it's not really coming off.

I have loosened my intermittent fasting restrictions lately as I bumped up my calories because it was hard to get it all in, and I feel like that is also slowing my loss, but I simply can't get in 1000 calories per day without spreading my eating out more. I may try the alternate day restriction that another user suggested!

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