Time to count calories. Assuming no medical reasons which only your doctor can determine anyway, your weight is a simple function of calories consumed and calories burned. If you consume more than you burn, you gain. If you burn more than you consume, you lose. Exactly WHAT is so hard to understand here? You need the advice of a good nutritio9nist so you consume a well balanced diet with all the trace minerals, vitamins and such that are good for you and a personal trainer to help you exercise in a way that is good for you. OR, you could eat even less and be a couch potato. Again, excluding any medical cause, weight is a simple function of calories you eat as opposed to calories you burn. Evidently, from what you say, you are consuming fewer calories than you burn so you have lost weight. Doesn't common sense tell you this must be the case?