You are doing OK, you won't see a drop everyday. You will probably have a drop of a pound or more here soon, I've done Atkins many times over the years and that's how I've seen it work. I’m going to tell you that you really aren’t doing Atkins, you are doing more like a low calorie diet, your calories are far too low for Atkins. That said, you haven't been on the diet long enough to call this a stall, even though it feels like it. People can be on a 'stall' for months, and that’s after being on it a few months. Your weight will go down on 1200 calories a day, Atkins or not. Atkins is better because carbs make you hungrier, and it has enough protein to keep you from losing muscle. Atkins is about eating right and not being hungry, and getting in shape.
When you start dieting, your body will go into survival mode, adapt to how you are eating, and you will stall. It's trying to keep you starving to death. Consider how long it took to gain the weight; it won't come off a pound a day, more like a couple tenths of a pound a day. And if you do starve yourself you will lose muscle, not fat, it will be that much harder to get in shape. All weight lost will come back double, in double time too, when you stop starving yourself, again- the survival mode. 16 pounds in 60 days is about a 1/4 pound a day, but it won't show it like that. You might even show a gain, and at the end of the week the loss.
I've lost 7 lbs this month, my first month and I am not nearly as low as you are in carbs and calories. I'm assuming you are male, and younger than me, so your metabolism should handle more. I will be estatic if I continue to lose 7 pounds a month, but I think it will slow to perhaps 5.
Also, My son lost 40 pounds in 3 months, doing just Atkins, and ate everything in site, that was on the allowed foods list, never once counting the calories. He worked out a minimum of 3 times a week, so I think he was building muscle on all that protein and losing fat all the time.
Good luck. Kathy
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