I'm a male, 61 years old, 6 feet tall. I'm pretty active. I have a physical part time job. I walk 4 miles a day on my 3 days off. On days I work I swing kettlebells for 20 minutes and Indian clubs for 10 to loosen up before work. I had a kidney transplant 9 years ago. The medication I take makes me prone to drug induced diabetes. I have a tendency to not eat enough. I thought it might be a good idea to join Sparkpeople and monitor what I eat to make sure I eat enough and of the right thing. I don't wanna mess up the kidney or end up with diabetes either. OK, so the problem: when I joined I weighed 166. My goal was 166 on the pre-diabetic program. The plan says to eat between 1650 and 2030. I stay within or close to the guidelines every day. But I'm losing weight. Today I weighed 157.5. I feel great. No apparent muscle or energy loss. My blood tests are fine. I constantly burn 400 or more calories than I eat. Should I go over the 2030 calorie limit or should I keep doing what I'm doing. I don't care about the weight. I just want to do what's best for me. Thanks! Sorry for the long post.