9. You Are Eating Too Many Fruits
Fruits are good, but they also contain fruit sugar. Fruits such as mango, grapes, and watermelon have a high GI and can lead to a spike in blood sugar. Moreover, overconsuming fruits, in general, can also make you overweight. Control your portions when it comes to eating fruits and choose low-GI fruits when you are on a low-carb diet.
10. You Are Blindly Following Someone Else’s Diet Chart
This is one of the most common reasons for not losing weight. If you follow a diet that has worked for your friend and you expect it to work for you in the same fashion, you will be disappointed. Your body type is different, your metabolic rate is different, and so are your medical issues and height/age/activity levels. So, talk to a professional to know which low-carb diet to follow and customize the macros ratio so that it works for you.