Enjoying my yogurt and either bran flakes or wheat Chex mixed in. However, after being on a "diet" now since October of 2015, having lost a total of about 25 pounds, is it possible that I am not going to lose further? Part of it, I know, is that after 17 months there are still some things that to avoid I would be "denying" myself, and that I am less and less wanting to do. For instance, a dessert at night has become more than just a piece of chocolate, and I make no attempt to discern how much protein and how much carbohydrates I am eating at supper at this point, just try to have a smaller portion. Peanut butter went by the wayside 17 months ago and I've not returned to it, which is a great victory, since that used to be on of my biggest calorie contributors. I have cut down some sugar in the morning by drinking a couple cups of coffee without sugar instead of all of them with sugar. Also, I have cut down from vanilla Greek yogurt mixed with flavors to plain yogurt mixed with flavors, which saves me quite a bit of sugar. These are the successes. However, I have lost no significant weight since the summer of 2016, just bouncing around the same 5 pounds. Is there really such a thing as a "set point" beyond which the body will not go without extreme measures? I think there will always be sweets in my diet unless I develop impaired glucose tolerance or something, I just don't want to cut down badly enough to cut everything out. Ideas? You always seem to manage to give me at least one good idea every time!