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This is what nutritionists do when they want to lose 3 kilos

Reader's Digest Logo By Alison Martin of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 10: Picture this: You’re just three kilos shy of your target weight loss goal, but a week goes by, two weeks go by, and the scale stays the same, despite working out and eating healthy. And no, it’s not broken. So, what gives? The truth is as you’re losing weight, you’re losing body mass, meaning your body will need fewer kilojoules than before. In other words, your diet and exercise routine may need to be modified to your new weight. To get more insight on how to shed the last three kilos, we spoke with two registered dietitians who reveal what they do if they want to lose weight.

How to lose the last 3 kilos

Picture this: You’re just three kilos shy of your target weight loss goal, but a week goes by, two weeks go by, and the scale stays the same, despite working out and eating healthy. And no, it’s not broken. So, what gives? The truth is as you’re losing weight, you’re losing body mass, meaning your body will need fewer kilojoules than before. In other words, your diet and exercise routine may need to be modified to your new weight. To get more insight on how to shed the last three kilos, we spoke with two registered dietitians who reveal what they do if they want to lose weight.
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