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Why am I gaining weight despite regular exercise and eating a healthy diet

I am 59 years old. I am faithful with getting regular exercise which includes, strength training, cardio using treadmill, elyptical, stair climber and I also attend group fitness classes 2-3 times per week.
My diet most of the time is clean, meaning good basic food, organic as much as possible, fruits and vegetables and complex carbs. I do not eat process foods. I make everything from scratch.

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Gaining weight can also be related to some medications.  Since you are 59 .  And if you are taking any medication.  Be sure and read the paper's that come with those medications.  As some state.  May cause weight gain.

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