Hey guys, thought I'd post a quick question to the vegan veterans on here who know the drill! It's been almost 4 months now since I switched to a vegan diet and I've noticed, though not at first, what now is apparent to be a significant reduction in my weight: about 11 pounds. This is unusual for me and a little concerning, as at 5"9 I was already on the skinny side at 130lb - I've had weight concerns in the past as a teen, and it's a rather unpleasant reminder of those times to check and find my BMI has dropped beyond the pale! It would certainly help to know whether what might appear as an unaccountable weight change, despite not feeling though you are eating any more or less, is normal or not for a new vegan. What sort of foods, aside from breads and chocolate (the former upsets me if I eat too much of it - the latter I can eat to excess but yep, zero nutrition!) would you say could help shore me up in case I don't reach a plateau, soon? I had the thought the other day that perhaps the majority of vegan foods that may not be so over-processed or high in saturates naturally make them more efficient in energy, and that perhaps this will initially cause one's body weight to drop as it's not 'needing' to store as much away, but this might be grasping at straws. Any thoughts?