After struggling for several weeks on SS (not sticking to it properly, being hungry, etc) I stug to it religiously this last week and lost nothing. At the same time, I have ended up carless and so my exercise levels have probably quadruples as I am walking/cycling at least 6 miles a day - my visit to my CDC yesterday involved a 12mile round trip cycle. I have never been so hungry as the last few days, and I think my body has panicked - hence not losing (lost an inch though - nearly 5 inches off my waist since I started!!). So anyway, I told my CDC I think I need to try a different plan, she agreed 100% and suggested I might want to try 1200, but to me that feels waaaay too high just yet, so I have started 790 today. I am feeling great! So far today I have had a chocolate tetra, split across 2 coffees, most of my milk (I can drink tea again - yay!) and a cottage cheese salad - half my protein (huge serving though, fantastic) and all my veg. I have another tetra to have on my way home from work, and will have my last pack and the rest of my cottage cheese tonight. This feels about a zillion times easier than SS did, and it was sooo nice to sit in the canteen with a colleage at lunch with real food. My only 'worry' is I will get a bit bored with cottage cheese and quorn, as I'm veggie. Any hints from any of you at all???