I went back to read your first post, haven't read the thread. But I can relate to a lot of your history. I've done the depression/SSRI thing too. There's a ton of depression in my family as well. Everyone else just successfully deals with it with... well, Irish whiskey, lol. (And hey, I'm not judging that, if it works it works.)
Green beans are the shizz.
I wonder if you aren't a bit anemic? That could bring on sugar cravings... I think, don't quote me on that, I'm just remembering what a friend with similar period issues told me. I don't know what's normal for you, but it does sound like the period situation could be checked out. (Though I know that Americans have to pony up $$$ for that, so I probably wouldn't run off to the doctor as much as I do, given that.)
Peaches are in season for like, five seconds. Carpe diem. If it's from his tree, it's like, 100% organic and pesticide-free and likely not one of those commercial varieties bred for maximum sugar. Grilled peaches are also the shizz. It goes pretty nicely with chicken. Most of the online recipes insist on adding sugar (I don't know WHY, honestly, it's like a reflex action with SAD chefs) but you can leave that crap out.
Getting my Grok on in the Pacific Northwest.
"C is for cookie, that's good enough for me."
"Cookie is a sometimes food."
"Sometimes cookie monster eat APPLE instead of COOKIE. Sometimes eat CARROT."
-Cookie Monster, partially reformed sugarholic