4. You are eating too much calories.
Studies consistently show that people tend tounderestimate, or misreport their calorie intake by a significant amount. If you are not losing weight, then you should try weighing your foods and tracking your calories for a while.
5. You are not eating whole foods.
Food quality is more important than food quality. Eat healthy foods as much as possible. Whole foods, single-ingredient foods are healthier than their processed counterparts.
6. You are not lifting weights.
Resistance training must go hand-in-hand with weight loss. Resistance training include lifting weights.
Lifting weights during your weight loss program can help you hold onto your precious muscle mass, which is often burned along with body fat if you are not exercising.