I've been raw for a little more than a month now. I had about 2 or 3 days of "raw till dinner" and ate some cooked food when my parents were visiting, besides that, i've been pretty good at staying at least 90% raw and enjoying it very much. when I first started, I didn't know better but thought there's only one kind of raw eating in general, then I started to learn more about all the different approaches such as low-fat raw vegan, 80/10/10 or hight fat raw...etc. I started out eating whatever as long as it's raw and wasn't thinking too much about the % of fat. I don't think I ever went too high on fat since I was a SAD kind of eater and never feel okay with eating too much fat. Then I tried to go low on fat 'cause the low-fat raw thing make sense to me too. I've been going back and forth and still trying to figure out what works better for my body. I don't really eat a lot of nuts and seeds or dehydrated food,(maybe some raw chips/bread that came with the salad 2 or 3 times a week when I didn't have time to prep my food and bought the gourmet raw meal from stores), but I do put 1 Tb of coconut butter in my morning green smoothie, and sometimes sprinkles some Hemp seeds in my salad. And I do treat myself some desserts once in a while, (pudding made with banana / cocao powder/ coconut butter..yumm). I'm definitely feeling the amazing changes in my body from being raw, my hair and skin is now so smooth and healthy, I feel more energetic and healthier in general. The one thing I don't feel is the weight change. I was kind of expecting to lose some excess weight, but I haven't notice much changes so far. What should I do to give that a push? I read some articles saying that it's good to eat more raw fat 'cause there're certain enzymes in it that actually aids weight loss, should I increase my fat intake then? or maybe I'm eating enough fat already and I should increase the amount of fruit? I'm feeling very lost. Anyone get any good suggestions or advices?