Fitness Magazine Biography
I was doing really well and recently had a few mishaps (could buy my usual foods so I ate other things, that were less than ideal in order to keep from starving myself, which I did the first month for seeing my error) Afterwards I resumed my diet plan and and slowly resumed my exercise only to see the scale keep up a little and a little pudge return (I was in the last 15lbs stage and having a hard enough time with that). I get the obvious mistakes, but what I recently found out is that I had been eating foods as a part of my “diet” that may have been sabotaging my results (they are healthy foods, but can have negative effects that previous sources failed to mention like blocking thyroid hormones). So when I decreased my deficit to get through my plateau, my lower metabolism induced by bad food choices coupled with markedly less exercise caused weight gain, though I was in what normally would have still been a deficit. I’ve been eating these foods for a month and quit a day ago, will the effect be long lasting and how can I fix it?