You lost 6.6 pounds (fuck you foreign rulers!
) in 15 days...
That is actually a lot of weight.
Ideally you should aim for losing no more than 10 pounds (4.53 kg) a month. Healthy, ideal weight loss on average is 1-2 pounds (0.45- 0.9 kg) a week, which means 4-8 pounds (1.81 -3.62 kg) a month.
Of course this isn't sustainable forever.
Assign one day (just one) out of the week where you are allowed to have pizza or fast food or whatever the 'bad food' is.
Let's say its Saturday you choose as your 'bad food day'. This becomes a goal for you to achieve, as a 'reward' for being a good boy for sticking with your diet for 6 days, you allow yourself two meals - lunch and supper or supper and evening TV snack consisting of your 'naughty foods'.
Every Saturday becomes your reward day.
See its easy for humans to do pretty much anything and endure the most incredible of torture as long as they know its only for a short period of time. If you start saying things like 'never' or 'forever' the human mind breaks and the body rebels.
Since you like pizza, have you ever considered making your own pizza?
What makes pizza fattening is the amount of added fats that are in store bought pizzas. Predominately in the meats and cheese.
If you made your own pizza, you could use lower fat content cheeses and meats, and boost the content of other good things like vegetables.http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20419726,00.html
is one such site
others found here: [url]https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=recipes+for+low+fat+pizza
I make my own pizza which tastes great, and I use half whole wheat flour and white flour to make the pizza dough, I have also used sour dough, rye, and other flours - its all bread dough and bread dough is relatively easy to make and it is a work out if you knead it by hand.
See the thing with 'dieting' is that more often than not diets demand that you eat less volume of food. The real way to lose fat and still eat is to stuff your face with low caloric foods.
I bet you enjoy the taste of the sauce of pizza, its Italian tomato sauce. I'm willing to bet that if you allow yourself a (one) slice of pizza and have a good salad composed of low caloric veg, you will end up sating both your hunger and your craving for pizza.
Fill up on the salad, savor the pizza...