Of course I understand that if something has helped you lose 25 pounds its hard to adjust and change it, but for overall health and realistic maintenance you need a healthy balance of the RIGHT KINDS of carbohydrates in your diet.
Fruits and veggies: Raspberries, pears, blackberries, apples, squash, zucchini, mushrooms, green/red/yellow peppers, artichokes, brussell sprouts...all boast 4g or more per serving (most more - like almost double!)
If you are looking to introduce some carbs into your diet - or eliminate some - here are a few suggestions to help
Breakfast: pick one....
Mid-afternoon snack: hummus (I buy the individual packs) and some type of veggies to dip. Varies based on what is in my fridge.
Dinner: Lean beef/chicken/fish - I vary it up here. Green veggies, raw or lightly steamed are best! Try to avoid carbs here or go tiny sweet potato, brown rice, 1 cup of whole wheat pasta.
Remember, none of this will do any good if you don't watch your serving size...healthy does not equal free-for-all or low-calorie/low-fat. I am a big fan of pre-portioning and buying individual servings, even if the cost is a wee bit higher.
Don't deprive yourself, just be careful you don't over-indulge yourself either.