I am a 35 year old woman that weighs about 56 kilos (123.2lbs) and am 5 feet 5 inches. I am a runner and am newly addicted to triathlons, I completed the Ironman Nice this last June and am currently training for the 70.3 Austria and the Ironman Swiss. Last year while training for the Ironman France, I followed a training program but did not really pay close attention to my overall nutrition. This time I decided to add in a strength training program and also monitor what I am eating more closely. As part of this I bought a scale that tells Body Fat Percentage, I was shocked when it came out that I was at 29% body fat. And upset. I do not feel that I look fat, or have low energy levels. Since that time, which was in mid December, I have lost about 4 kilos, following the Paleo Diet for Endurance Athletes and added in Strength Training in addition to the specific training program I am on that is currently averaging about 15 hours a week of training and have barely been able to lower my body fat percentage. It is only down to 27% and I am not sure what more I can do? Any suggestions would be helpful. My energy levels are fine and I can see a difference with the 4 kilos I have lost, but to be honest, I would not want to weigh much less, but would like the body fat percentage to go down. It is in the overweight range.