the shortness works in your favor in that you should be able to lose a little more than a taller person at that weight.
but the age translates to slower weight loss.
another red flagged important thing is that you just increased your calories by 50-100%. when you eat too little for too long that does cause issues and it's great that you're working on that long term fix for it. but realistically the jumping up your calories fix to get you out of the situation often means a short term weight gain while your body gets its equilibrium back where it should be. it's one of the fixes that's really great for you long term, but it's something that you can basically only do one way and in the short term it means going against your long term goals.
and thyroid issues tend to signify slower losses. check out some of the thyroid teams for more specific support on that, they are great.
plus, you have medical issues which make exercising difficult.
so looking at all of that together means that half a pound a week is a really fabulous loss for where you are right now. you've a lot of the big issues that make weight loss difficult and you're losing through all of them. which is hard to do and pretty impressive.
while you might want to lose 2lbs per week with all of that going on you may need to adjust your expectations down to a half pound a week. it kind of depends on your mindset. if you're a "shoot for the moon and even if you fail, you'll land among the stars" sort of person by all means keep striving for an aggressive goal, even if you do cut your loss per week down to 1lb. if you get discouraged easily, try cutting your loss per week goal down to 1/2 or 1/3 of a pound and focus on shorter term goals [another 4lbs in 2 months, a ten week or ten pound goal] so that you can reach that and feel good about it. there is something very motivating about reaching and hitting and goal and keeping on, so setting something in the shorter term can help you be more motivated for your long term goals. in other words it can be a lot easier to hit ten pound goals six times rather than a 60lb goal once. with the little goals you get a lovely feeling of accomplishment instead of feeling like your goal is always out of reach. it's a bit of a half empty/half full sort of thing, but it can help.
if you're feeling hungry, start paying attention to what foods keep you longest and then compare to what foods aren't keeping you. for example i see cereal and juice for breakfast. cereal is notorious for not keeping people full, juice is the same and you've paired it with sugared milk [creamer] and a half serving of the only thing with nutritional value in the breakfast [the actual milk]. for today's lunch, you have almost no fat and fat is something that helps keep you full. your dinner looks to have way too much butter [try for a teaspoon instead of 1.5 Tablespoons] and try swapping plain greek yogurt for sour cream. if you want to add flavor to your baked potato, try topping it with salsa or a half cup of steamed broccoli with a half ounce of cheese or a teaspoon [two if you must] of olive oil with spices. and all of those toppings need no butter. i prefer to make dressings. one of my favorites is honey mustard. i probably use about a half teaspoon of spicy mustard [8 cals], 1/4 teaspoon honey [15 cals], half a teaspoon of olive oil [15 cals] and vinegar to make up enough volume to coat my salad. shake it up and you're looking at 40 cals. and vinegar and herbs with a little bit of olive oil are great for being lower cal and more flavorful. admittedly, you do have to like vinegar a bit. so basically take a look at what you could tweak to balance out your meals so you're not going so fruit heavy in the morning and fatless at lunch. try and tweak it so that you're getting a decent amount of everything at each eating opportunity and that should help some with the hunger.
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