I would also be inclined to ask your Dr for a referral to a Registered Dietician. Take with you some random printouts from your Nutrition Page so that she can see exactly what and how much you eat. She will then be able to better help you to move forward.
One thing I will ask you to think about - what sort of foods were you eating previously? Often people eat a lot, but don't realize that the food they are eating doesn't have a lot of nutritional benefit other than calories. Also, Often when changes are made, they may not realize that they need to include/increase protein/iron/calcium containing foods and include healthy fats. Just "food for thought!" Eating a nutritionally reduced diet can also interfere with the brain's ability to realize that you are hungry. This isn't uncommon with elderly people and can also affect those younger. Below are a couple links that MAY help you www.livestrong.com/article/505653-foods-to
These are ONLY to give you an idea - your Health Professional is your best source of information.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 2/5/2013 (15:33)