Stuck in a weight loss plateauWatch
What height weight age and sex are you ? How many calories a day are you consuming and roughly how long and how often are you exercising and what types of exercise are you doing ?
Secondly, depending on the type of exercise you are doing, you could have potentially started to gain muscle whilst simultaneously loosing fat, so whilst the weight isn’t changing, the muscle to fat ratio is, especially if you’re lifting weights.
Thirdly, I would suggest increasing your daily calories for two reasons mainly: 1) a sustainable diet is the best form of diet - trends like the egg diet are actually more detrimental to weight loss 2) if you are doing lots of exercise but not giving your body enough calories to function, you a) won’t build muscle, which will help you look slimmer and more shapely and b) won’t loose any fat. Cutting your calories too low can actually be counter-productive. This is because when you are in such a large calorie deficit (especially considering you are doing cardio as well as weights) you’re body will go into a sort of ‘starvation mode’ in which it reduces your metabolism to preserve energy, so you will burn less calories (basal metabolic rate) per day naturally.
Also, don’t necessarily trust MyFitnessPal for everything - I got very focused on loosing weight and calorie goals and it did a lot of damage to my health (and I’m not saying that this will happen for you or anyone else on the app, it was just a personal experience). 1200 is a very large calorie deficit and for someone your age as active as you are, it is not healthy over long periods and it is not sustainable. Instead I would suggest using a couple different calculators online to work out a rough idea of the calories you should be consuming in a day for sustainable weight loss.
Also I recommend just switching things up! The same things aren’t going to work forever, so by changing what you are doing could be really helpful - eg. Start weight training, try different types of cardio, changing your food plan, changing your calorie goal. Small things could help get you back on track
Good luck with the rest of your journey, I hope this helps a little bit xx