CrimsonThunder wrote:But when you come to the stage where you're not losing anything anymore, then I think you should eat more calories to jump start it again. (I guess thats how it works? Because exercising more and eating less doesnt do it?)
Sometimes. That's where weight loss is such a frustrating and individual quest. Plateaus happen for different reasons. Sometimes it's because people are eating too few calories, other times it's because their calorie intake has crept up without them realising. Sometimes it's because they're over-exercising, other times it's just because their body has got used to the exercise they're doing and has gotten more efficient at doing it.
I think an honest food and exercise diary is the best way to see what the problem is. If it's shown that you're eating too few calories (or exercising away too many) then the bravest thing to do is to eat more. It's a scary thing for people trying to lose weight, but in many instances it's the most effective solution.