Are you gaining fat despite the fact you are exercising regularly and eating what is considered a good diet?
This can happen when a large percentage of the diet is made up of foods that cost more in nutritional value to digest, metabolise, assimilate and eliminate than they deliver. This influences hormone production resulting in fat storage as well as other symptoms.
Examples of which foods to avoid:
Boxed cereals (even “organic”)
Energy bars, including breakfast cereal bars and most protein bars
Most canned foods, especially canned fruits in syrup
Anything cooked or prepared in a microwave
99 percent of all packaged foods. Including processed grain products e.g. pancake mixes, pastas, breads (white is the worst) and granola bars
Pasteurised milk and juice
Processed sandwich meats
Most whey protein powders
Low fat dairy such as artificially sweetened yoghurt