Do you use the Nutrition Tracker? If not, it would be a huge help. Also, what is your current weight? It might be that you could already be a healthy weight, or pretty close to it, which means that it would be even more difficult to lose weight. It could also be that rather than lose weight, you only really need to focus on muscle toning - and that can make a person appear to have lost weight, even if they have gained.
If you use the Nutrition Tracker, then having it open for us to have a quick look at (and that would also mean creating a SparkPage and having it open) we could you you much better help.
It might be that you could be eating too much in the way of carbs - and I don't mean ALL carbs, but rather the processed sort from cakes, sweets, white bread/flour. It could also be that you are consuming a rather high sodium diet, which can cause a person to retain fluids. If you replace processed foods with some lean protein (have some with each meal) and reduce the unhealthy fats (saturated and trans) and also increase your fruit/veges, then you might find that you are able to move in the right direction, if your body really DOES need to move on down further.
Apart from that, losing weight for a specific occasion often goes back on after, so think about the long-term, rather than just the short-term.
If you are, then
| current weight: 151.0