Nope, you're probably doing something right! When you start eating good quality nutritious foods, and ditching the refined carbs and processed junk, you do find yourself feeling full or at least not-hungry.
A lot of people seem to go through this in the early days of "eating right" - I have seen it mentioned several times in these forums, and I know that I felt this myself, suddenly i went from being Constantly Starving (I could eat a 1200-calorie fast food lunch and be STARVING 3 hours later, and eat a 1200 calorie dinner, and still be STARVING for a snack before bed), well suddenly all that went away, and i found myself wondering what I should eat to try and bring myself up to my 1200-calorie minimum for the day.... what sorcery is this?! How could I have gone from eating 3 x 1200 calorie meals a day, to barely wanting to eat 1000?
In any case, I think you'll find that this loss of appetite won't last too long, your body will start to let you know when it is feeling TRUE hunger. In the meantime, when you are under your daily range, take a look at your nutrition data for the day, see what you are lowest in, and have a snack that addresses that (i.e. low on protein? have some cheese or a hard boiled egg. Low on calcium? Have some milk. Low on fat? Have some nuts). I would advise against being tempted to eat below your range in an attempt to lose the weight faster, that tends to backfire. Use your calorie allottment to nourish your body with the fuel it needs.
Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE**
Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE**
Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
| current weight: 174.0