Hello, everyone! I'm very happy to be a part of this wonderful community! It's been a month since I started my transition into plant based diet. Still have eaten few eggs and a little bit of cheese into my pesto. Also eaten 1 whole fish. But I'm getting there. 95 % of my diet have been plant based. I was wondering if I will lose any weight? I haven't lost any during this month. Weight loss wasn't the reason why I wanted to transition, but I am quite amazed by not losing any. I used to eat around 3200-3600 kcal per day. Most of it was meat and dairy, but I was always fan of vegetables. I used to put cheese and sour cream on everything. As I am lactose intolerant, dairy gave me awful cramps and constipation. Meat triggered my irritable bowel syndrome and acid reflux. Now two of these issues are completely gone - no pain, no constipation. I've always been very inactive - desk job and no will to move. But by cutting out products that are so high in calories there should be some change. I am still inactive, but eating much less calories. Now I consume around 1800-2000 kcal every day, I feel full after every meal and there is no need to eat more. I eat a lot of beans, peas, soy and nuts, but together they do not exceed calorie intake I had before. I also eat a lot of greens, cherries and watermelon. I don't eat vegan junk food, almost everything is homemade. So this seems very strange - almost half of calorie intake cut, but no changes in weight at all. I am 5,5 feet tall and weight 143 pounds. Due to small frame some chubbiness can be seen. Has anyone else experience no changes in weight while consuming much less?