Appreciate the feedback, Matt.
I forgot to mention in my original post that I bought and read Eat for Heat and Diet Recovery 2 back when I started on this adventure. I have to admit, I have underestimated some of the principles you outlined in them, and I’m thinking I may have messed myself up as a result. The main one? Eating the most at the coldest part of my day and less at the hottest. More recently I have been appropriately accounting for this.
Point is, I struggle with the cold part of my day. A perfect fix would be to have the most warming of foods, but that isn’t possible. Honestly, the only thing I feel like having most mornings is massive quantities of liquids like raw vegetable juice, orange juice, or soft drinks. Rice, potatoes, bread, pancakes, or anything of that nature… VOMIT TIME. The exception to that is ice cream. I have that most mornings but surprisingly it doesn’t warm me up as much as I’d like.
I’m happy with either fix:
1. I stop dry-heaving/vomiting, or
2. I can find some sort of liquidy food that’ll get me warm like a grilled cheese sandwich would. That seems unlikely.
All this aside, is anyone else experiencing not just a dislike for food, but dry-heaving/vomiting too?