I was 45KG at 160cm so I know exactly what you are feeling. I can’t tell you exactly what to do as I don’t know how your body personally works (dietary intake, exercise regime, medical) and I am not qualified yet.
I do recommend you see a qualified personal trainer to give you some tips. I personally started eating a few more carbs during the day such as wholegrain breads, beans, pastas & I also increased my protein intake ALOT, I cut back on doing cardio everyday, down to 3 times a week & started lifting weights to build muscle so I stayed small but I started looking healthier instead of skin & bone. :) x
I find hiit training works best for me, I can still maintain muscle in my legs but I also shed the fat so they stay lean instead of muscular.
I don’t have a specific training program, I constantly change my workout routines. I do a lot of HIIT training though & i also incorporate weight training 1-2 times a week.
I stopped eating C.R.A.P.:
C - Carbonated drinks
R - Refined sugars
A - Artificial sweeteners & colours
P - Processed
I started focusing on a diet high in protein with carb loads in the morning & maybe some at lunch as well depending on what I was training that day. I cut back to doing cardio maybe 2 times a week instead of everyday & focused on weight training at least 4 times a week. it took a good 7 months for my body to change & still find it hard to keep muscle on, my body just turns skinny if I don’t eat & train properly. I hope this helps a little love :) I wish you all the best in your journey.
I don’t know my body measurements sorry love, I know my body fat which is currently 14%. I do a lot of hiit training which keeps me toned & slim & I also do a few weight sessions a week to maintain muscle which I am still trying to build. For a round booty do lunges, squats and dead lifts, with & without weights :)