- Are you tracking your food intake in a food journal? Is it on track?
- Are you tracking every single calorie that passed your lips? (flavored water, vitamins, gum, single pieces of candy) Even if you aren't keeping track of calories, your body is!
- Are you eating too MANY calories?
- Are you eating too FEW calories?
- Are you taking in enough protein? 80-100g/day
- Are the fats you're eating healthy (polyunsaturated and monounsaturated)
- Are you eating too many simple carbs (bread, pasta, potatoes, sugar, pasta, rice)
- Are you eating enough fruits and veggies?
- Are you drinking enough water (water flushes fat toxins from our body)?
- Are you grazing?
- Are you eating the right quantity? Measuring and weighting foods?
- Are you eating on a schedule?
- Are you exercising hard enough? Long enough? Fast enough?
- When's the last time you changed your exercise routine? (The body becomes efficient and doesn't burn as many calories after we've done the same thing for 4-6 weeks)
- Have you added weight training to your workouts? (muscle burns more calories at rest)
- Are you taking all your vitamins and supplements?
- Have you started taking any new medications that might promote weight gain?
- Have you taken your measurements (you might be losing inches even if the scale isn't moving)
Also, here's a great post by DxE that has a ton of information that might trigger ideas in some other areas to break a plateau.
Hope this helps...