I am just not losing weight, mostly because I sit on my butt too much. But I can't do cardio, I can't do most of the decent strength exercises, I just can't do much of anything with this knee! I wish I hadn't busted it, but I did, so now I got to make due as it is. Any tips or thoughts for how to lose weight despite being very still-sitting due to to injury? I mean, it won't last forever, but doctor said I should expect another month or two before I can get back to my regular activity levels :/ I've cut all sugars, most of the other carbs, except a little now and then to not starve the body too much (and then it's usually whole-grain and healthy). I've switched out all soda with sugar-free drink and water. I try to eat at least 3 to 4 times a day, but small meals. I make sure to not get dehydrated, as that slows fat burn, but I am running out of things to try, to at least have somewhat of a progress! Any tips and advice? What I eat: - Meats, red (cow or pork mostly) - Broccoli & spinach & peas & white beans - Low carb + low fat + high protein yogurts - Soups of various kinds, usually with added mushrooms or meat - Fruits and berries in limited amounts - Dark chocolate once a week or so to stave off sugar cravings. And that's about it, I am not very inventive or good at cooking so my options are increasing very, very slowly. I try to ensure I remain properly hydrated, and I don't often feel hungry, but girlfriend says I eat too little :/ I try to get 1200 calories (but sometimes land under, it's tricky), but that's approx, because I refuse to count calories too closely and weigh my food as I am worried about triggering an old eating disorder issue. Too much control isn't healthy for my head, so I go for the approx and try to "eat after my hunger"; yet eat slowly, mindfully and stopping as soon as I don't feel hungry anymore. I lost 5 kg the first month, before my knee died on me; but the month after I haven't lost anything at all, just sitting on that same stupid 80 kg limit. I'm 30 years old, 164 tall and weighing 80 kg. I'd prefer to get to 65 kg, so only missing about 15 kg before I am basically happy with my weight. Should add that I add muscles easily, and think I've added some on my upper body. My shoulders in particular seem to have gotten a bit heavier. Walking on crutches does that to a person.