As the previous poster asked, what is your calorie range that SP gave you?
I went to peek at your Nutrition tracker to see what was going on but note that you barely use it. Are you tracking anywhere? This is a VERY integral part of weight-loss, especially to help find the formula for weight-loss that works! Ensure that you weigh all of your food, too, because often guess work can be way off, and we still tend to over-eat even when we don't think we are.
You say you are sick of lettuce, veges and fruit. Well, you don't HAVE to eat lettuce. Find a way of eating fruit and veges that you DO enjoy.
Try vege sticks with a hummus dip. Some veges lend themselves more to a certain flavour of dip than others. Try soups with veges pureed in them.
Try adding veges to your gravies. Puree them so that you can't see them. It is a great way to help thicken the gravy, too.
Try spraying them with a little oil and baking them. They are great when cold with a little balsamic dressing.
Try them in a smoothie.
Try them in a stir-fry.
Don't neglect your lean protein, but ensure that is isn't from fried sources and if/when you eat chicken, try removing the skin. That will remove loads of calories and give you more room for other stuff.
Most of weight-loss doesn't actually come down to exercise - most of it comes down to nutrition. It sounds like you don't (think you) like fruit/veges much, and unfortunatley, that means that people generally tend to eat more calorie-rich foods, but they may not actually be very filling.
When you started this journey, did you make a lot of changes at once? A lot of people do, and that in itself will set a person up for falling off the wagon because they feel deprived or bored. You can still have your 'occasional' treats, but make sure that it IS just a treat and not everyday.
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