Consuming more calories than you burn can prevent weight loss. Track your daily calorie intake to ensure you are in a caloric deficit.
Even healthy foods can lead to weight gain if consumed in excessive portions. Be mindful of portion sizes.
Insufficient physical activity can slow down your metabolism and hinder weight loss. Aim for a combination of cardiovascular and strength training exercises.
Weight loss requires consistency. Inconsistent diet and exercise habits can impede progress.
Consuming high-calorie foods or drinks without realizing it can lead to weight gain. Read food labels and be aware of added sugars and fats.
Chronic stress and inadequate sleep can disrupt hormones related to appetite and metabolism, making it harder to lose weight.
Certain medical conditions, such as thyroid disorders and hormonal imbalances, can interfere with weight loss efforts.
As you age, your metabolism may slow down, and maintaining the same eating and exercise habits may result in weight gain. Adjustments may be needed.