Why You're Not Losing weight on a vegan diet!

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There can be numbers of reason out their Why You're Not Losing weight on a vegan diet! but i my article i will share you some reason why actually your's vegan diet fails and your not losing your weight.

1-Your Not getting Enough Protein 

Protein is the one food group that is should be the focus of a new vegan diet with getting adequate protein the main aim.
However, unless you carefully consider your meals, planning and prepping, you may find that you're not ensuring good quality proteins in the right quantities. 
There is no doubt it is harder to achieve this on a vegan diet but by no means impossible or even that hard, but you cannot rely on haphazard choices.
2-Not Eating Enough
Switching to a plant-based diet inevitably focuses your choices on healthy whole grains such as brown rice, wholemeal pasta and whole grain breads as well as vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and the ubiquitous avocado. 
These choices are indeed healthy but there is a tendency to allow yourself unlimited quantities because they are healthy. 
One very simple reason that you are not losing weight, or even gaining weight, is that your nutrient intake far exceeds your needs. 
After all, a breakfast bowl of oats, cooked in coconut milk and topped with fruits, nut butter, nuts and seeds, whilst delivering a nutrient rich start to the day, will not come with a low-calorie tag.
3-You Are Not Sticking To 3 Meals A Day
By switching to a vegan diet, you find yourself focusing on your food choices more than ever; after all, you need to ensure a good balanced diet despite eliminating a number of food groups. 
With food a focus of your day, you may find yourself grazing throughout the day.
Based on the latest research, the idea of eating three meals a day plus two snacks is long gone and ideally snacks should be avoided with a weight loss goal in mind. 
Why is this? Insulin is released each time we eat a meal and its role is to remove the sugars that are released into the blood once a meal has been digested and processed. 
Each time food is eaten, this cycle repeats itself and including two snacks during the day encourages this insulin release. 
If there is a higher energy requirement, then this higher intake of carbohydrates can be justified and the sugars released will be used for energy rather than stored. 
However, the likelihood is that energy requirement is limited if you are sitting at a desk, in the car or on the couch. 
Thus when insulin levels are high, it is more likely that the sugars will be stored as fat, resulting in weight gain.
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