Not me, thank the gods, but maybe worse -- my daughter. :-( We're having to start tweaking HER diet, because at 36 she's starting to get into the difficult-to-lose age.
She's comparatively new to the low-toxin-and-carb, higher-fat dietary plan. In the past, she's lost weight with the CW technique, but i've convinced her that a real-food diet is important for herself as well as her kids. Having eased into low-carb from low-calorie, L has even learned to add more good fats. But for some yet-to-be-determined reason, the scales are resisting her.
So we're tweaking! I've suggested that the first thing to do is drop dairy for a week and see what happens. I think i'll suggest next that instead of her usual workout she try tabata sprints.
I also need to get her to use a tape-measure more than scales, now that i think of it! I wouldn't be surprised to find that she's putting on muscle as fast as she's taking off fat, and therefore getting a "false negative" in the loss department. ...I can hardly wait for L to get back from her lunch break so i can ask her some new questions! :-D