It COULD be that part of the problem is that you aren't eating regularly. Are you able to take some portable, healthy snacks to work so that you can have them even when you can't stop for a proper meal?
Do you use the Nutrition Tracker? A lot of people guess and find out when they start using the tracker that they were eating a lot more than they thought. THEN when they start to WEIGH their food, they discovered that their guess work re weights was way off base, and they will STILL eating too much.
Then again, it might be that you aren't actually eating as much as you think, and could be below your recommended range!
I know exercise helps a lot, but I'm certainly no expert on this - I don't do anywhere near as much as is normally recommended because of skeletal issues, but I have still managed to drop a fair bit after having been overweight for about 30 years. For me the important thing was weighing my food and using the tracker! You might find the link below quite helpful: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
After having looked at your SparkPage I see that you are a diabetic. This makes it even MORE important that you eat regularly and NOT have those big breaks between meals.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 11/20/2012 (03:45)