So I'm 22 years old and I've been eating paleo for a full month now and have yet to see any significant weight loss on the scale. I am overweight and sadly have struggled with it for as long as I can remember. In the past I was fairly active and lifted regularly, however with the typical college diet and lifestyle I slowly put on weight in college and hit the highest weight I've ever been(253 lbs). However, I just recently graduated from my 4 year university and am looking to beat my weight problem for good and start living life to the fullest! This is where paleo comes in( or so I thought but I'm having some doubt now). I weigh myself every Monday as soon as I wake up and my weight has essentially fluctuated between 253 to 251 lbs on a weekly basis. In addition to changing my diet I have also started exercising again(after more or less 2 years of inactivity), doing the 5x5 lifting program 3 days a week and a lot of core exercises and stretching 2 days a week.
As for my diet, here is pretty much exactly what I eat on a daily basis:
Breakfast: 2 or 3 whole eggs, cooked in a bit of olive oil
Lunch: Mixed greens salad with cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, tablespoon of balsamic vinaigrette, and a male wallet sized(lol) portion of protein(usually fish or chicken).
Dinner: Chicken or beef and miscellaneous greens. Cooked in various random ways(all paleo mind you).
Fruit: 2-3 oranges a week(mainly for the fiber)
Supplements: Multivitamin, fish oil, Metamucil
I guess my question is, what if anything am I doing wrong? I feel like I'm doing everything correctly however I'm not seeing any results which is frustrating. I've read "success" stores about many others who have tried paleo and have lost weight in a relatively short period of time while being fairly inactive. I really haven't seen any weight loss in terms of scale measurements and I consider myself active(gym 5 days a week). I have noticed that my upper body has gotten slightly bigger and my arms are a little more defined however I chalk that up to starting to lift again(I've lifted in the past regularly and I highly doubt I've put on enough muscle weight wise to outpace my fat loss). Other than that though my body composition seems to be just about the same(I've also taken a picture every Monday to keep me on track and motivated). Do I just need to give it more time or what?