Well, I don't see that you have an issue with the amount of weight you have lost. In fact, it is a very HEALTHY loss. It is generally recommended that we aim for around that number, and it is in fact heaps faster than my loss was, and many others members. It took me 16 months to lose 50lb ....... A MUCH slower weight, but guess what??? I have reached my goal and been there over 2 years. If it hadn't been for the small losses I wouldn't have gotten there!
The other thing is that 25lb in 2 months is in fact rather fast, and unless you were very heavy to start with, may have been bordering too fast. It is very common when a person starts to lose weight that the initial loss is quite quick, but then it slows right down. It sounds like this is where you are. It doesn't mean that you are doing anything wrong.
You mention that you have found yourself grazing. It might be that you haven't been eating enough during the day, including quality protein and slow-burning carbs like whole-grains.
I found that by paying attention to WHAT I ate and when did make a big difference to my remaining comfortable during the day and evening. I do have regular snacks, but the most important thing for me was what I ate for breakfast. If I have whole-grain toast, with a spread, fruit, yoghurt and a cuppa, I am full for a couple hours and then need to eat again, BUT if I start the day with Rolled Oats (with 1/2 cup Soy Milk) and with wheat bran added, 1/2 banana and a cuppa, I can often last until lunch time, even tho' I have eaten less calories for breakfast.
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