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    Quote Originally Posted by tiva View Post
    It could be very simple: 1500-1600 calories may be too many for you. I'm 5'6", at my ideal weight, and I typically eat about 1400 calories to maintain (except once a week, when I intentionally eat more than normal so I keep my body guessing a bit). You might try skipping the banana and almond flour muffin. If you're really hungry, have an egg (and that's a great true hunger test. Think you're hungry? Well, how does a hard boiled egg sound? If it doesn't sound appealing, you're not really hungry, most likely. If it does sound appealing, eat one!)
    Yes, I totally agree with you. I actually tried this for 2-3 weeks and did not work. I know crazy!?

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    Try alternate day fasting( see thread) it's the only thing that worked for me to get the scale moving again! Good luck!
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    The perfect woman at 5' 7" and 171lb:
    The 'Perfect Woman' In 1912, Elsie Scheel, Was 171 Pounds And Loved Beefsteaks
    Don't sound like you are that far off at 5' 4" and 165 lb.
    Maybe you need to reassess your body image perceptions.

    Eat healthy, relax your mind and let your body find it's perfect place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omni View Post
    The perfect woman at 5' 7" and 171lb:
    The 'Perfect Woman' In 1912, Elsie Scheel, Was 171 Pounds And Loved Beefsteaks
    Don't sound like you are that far off at 5' 4" and 165 lb.
    Maybe you need to reassess your body image perceptions.

    Eat healthy, relax your mind and let your body find it's perfect place.
    thanks OMNI maybe I need a little of that too.

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