Anorexia recovery and weight gain help
Simple question: Would it be advisable to recover from anorexia via eating primally?
Some background on me: I'm [B]15, female, BMI hovering around 15[/B] (water weight is annoying!), been [B]restricting for about 2 months, maybe even 3[/B]. I'm trying to recover, but from visiting a lot of forums (ie. Calorie Counter), they seem to recommend meal plans filled with whole wheat breads, ice-cream, etc. etc.
I want to recover pretty badly, but do so in the healthiest way. [B]I'm aware that I'll obviously gain back fat mass, but ideally, not excessively. I think my muscles are weaker now, so I would like to as far as possible gain back that.[/B]
Would eating primal be a good idea? What should my [B]macronutrient ratio[/B] be like? [B]Caloric count[/B]? Mostly, I'm concerned about the [B]type of carbs[/B] I should eat to gain. Should I just focus on gaining and eat 'healthy', non-primal carbs like whole grains? Or should I go primal straight and eat just the tubers?
(Edit: Asking specifically about carbs because I'm very prepared to eat all the protein and fats I want. Although I am hesitant about too much saturated animal fats, I think I'll stick to avocados and fatty fish! Suggestions on ways to incorporate them in my meal plan and macronutrient percentages would be greatly appreciated though! :D)
If anyone has had experience with anorexia recovery, I would especially appreciate answers on [B]weight redistribution and caloric count[/B]! Thanks so much! ;)