Based on your total calories consumed for today, you are eating too few calories. Not only is it difficult to receive adequate nutrition at these calorie levels, but you could also be putting your body into starvation mode. Starvation mode lowers your metabolism and makes weight loss more difficult. We suggest increasing your calorie consumption to 1200 calories per day minimum.
However, I've hit a plateau. I've weighed in the mid-two-hundred and forties for six weeks now. It's been frustrating. So, I checked out the reports section on MyFitnessPal last night and discovered that my net calorie intake dropped about the time I stopped losing weight. Really? Really!
So, should I increase caloric intake? That is, eat more. Do you have any idea the danger in telling a person who has battled his weight all his life to “eat more”? Yeah, that's a recipe for disaster...