Two words: starvation response. If you are not eating enough, your body will literally hang onto fat and slow your metabolism for as long as it can. You need to be eating roughly 10x your bodyweight in calories at LEAST each day. If you increase you calories to that level, preferably with lean protein since you are working out, you probably will see some fat loss fairly quickly. But be careful using a scale as your gauge of progress. If you're working out you may gain some lean muscle while at the same time losing some fat. So even if the scale doesn't move, or (dont panic) you gain a couple of pounds, you can still get *leaner* than you are now with the new muscle and higher metabolism. Ideally, dividing your calories into small meals every 2-3 hours will keep metabolism high, prevent hunger (which doesnt seem to be a problem) and provide consistent nutrition. I left a post of diet basics here: [url]http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=273671&page=2[/url]
hope that makes sense.