Katydid has a point. Give that a try, to see if it works. Your food looks quite good, but see if you are eating too much. That's always a possibility, if you have "broken" your appestat, and it hasn't recovered yet!
I will tell you what I did. I don't know how close you are to your goal weight, and whether it's a goal weight close to the BMI that's acceptable (18.5–24.9), but I'm assuming it is. It is really hard to lose those last few pounds, and I had set a goal that was a BMI of 22 (124 for me). Back in the stone ages when I did Weight Watchers, they had set a goal of 132 for me.
Guess where my weight loss stopped? You guessed it, just under 132. Sat there and bobbed up and down for 5 months. So what I did was declare the trip over. I decided my goal weight was 132, and wrote my success story. Since that capitulation, I gradually started to lose weight, eating the same stuff, and have lost another 10 pounds or so since October. I can't explain it, and 10 pounds in 4 months isn't wildly exciting weight loss to someone with a lot to lose, but I am one of those folks who never joined challenges because they made me perversely sabotage myself! So having a goal to shoot for is dangerous for me. I am a process-oriented person, not goal-oriented.
So, I guess what I am saying is, rather than looking to lose weight, or even inches, or even anything, you may want to adopt this way of life wholeheartedly, eat the food until you're happy, do your exercise, and enjoy! This is the life!
5'3" tall, 63 YO. Started Jan. 11, 2010.
Thank you, Dr. McD!
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