Hi, can anyone reassure me/put me right? I have been using MFP for a few years however, for the last five weeks it's now become part of my overall weight loss/fitness plan. As at 1st January my weight was 17 stone, height five foot eleven inches. I've weight trained for decades so I'm quite a broad/built lad however, my ideal weight should be around 12 stone but the last ten years, excuses, excuses and more excuses. Since the 1st of January I've started taking my personal fitness serious again. My problem - I obsessively use MFP to record my calorie intake. I aim for a total calorie intake per day at 2,110. For the last three weeks every single day my actual calorie intake as recorded by MFP has been hovering around the 2,000 calorie mark and hasn't once gone over 2,110. I also exercise everyday on a running machine, seven days of the week, between two or three times a day, 20 to 30 minutes a time, break out into a sweat. I use a Garmin watch to monitor my heartbeat/calorie burning and the average every day is between 800 and a 1,000 calories burnt. I don't cheat with my calorie intake. If I eat a chocolate bar/crisps/kack it goes in MFP. Today I put on a pair of jeans not worn since December. They fitted around the waist, top button done up. Today, after almost eight weeks of cardio and weights plus counting calories, the top button of my jeans was an effort to close! My question is, how accurate is all this calorie counting in MFP? I'm being very honest with counting the calories and keeping my intake to under 2,110 a day but so far my weight has stuck at 17 stone on the dot since the 1st of January to today!