Hi there. So, I've cutting ever since the beginning of summer. At that time, I weighed 267 lbs. As of now, I am right around 245-47. I look and feel a lot better. Here's the problem...I was never eating that many calories to begin with (I was fairly new to lifting and I tracked for a week at about 2800-3000 a day during that week), so I started my cut at about 2500 cals, lost some weight, and I dropped the cals more each time I stopped losing weight. I'm now at about 2000 cals per day....and I just don't think I can go any lower (nor do I think it would be healthy for me to do so). I am 6'4 and, as I said before, 245 or so. I'm thinking of slowly ramping the cals back up to something like 3000 or 3500 and then cutting again. I am aware that I will gain some weight this way, but I just don't think I can eat around 1500-1800 cals a day at my size. Does this make any sense? Is it smart? Also, if this does make any sense, how high should I let the calories get to before I start taking them down again? I don't want to be fat again, but I can't eat so few calories per day. If you're interested, I am on the second phase of WBB 1.1 (Weeks 5-9). Thanks in advance for any help or advice you can offer.