I'm starting to think my stomach doesn't like eggs.
I don't feel particularly energized eating them alone (despite cooking them in olive oil).
Sometimes I get either very slight stomach pain or my stomach just makes a lot of gross sounds.
Normally I cook with two for myself. Too much, too little?
Often times eating breakfast in the morning (no matter what it is) can make me sick. This usually happens on the weekends for some weird reason.
Also I'm beginning to wonder if I should just wing it, as onalark pointed out and go about eliminating things. At this time, we have very little nutritious food in this house. Some vegetables, little fruits, lots of grains though. Should I starve and eat primally when I can or just put something in my body? I haven't a clue. One thing is certain, though. I have to learn to plan meals and learn to cook. It does me no good having things in the house and not knowing what to do with it! It's maddening. And I'm a total virgin when it comes to dealing with meat (aside from eggs.) Cooking meat has always seemed involved and time consuming and even dangerous (mom fries the hell out of most meats she cooks and often small drops of oil will jump on her.)
My way of eating has never been stable or rounded out. Before eating the CW, I ate what I liked. Afterwords, I began to cut calories and I haven't been able to get out of a rut. I'm either starving myself (ie. not getting enough calories by following the "wait 3 hours" route) or when I do eat half of the things I consume (binge on) are bad (sugar, grains, dairy). Right now it's hard to tell what upsets my stomach. The cereal I used to enjoy without much problems suddenly leave me with pain after 15 minutes. Maybe I'm subconsciously telling myself it's unhealthy and end up with a physical reaction. Who knows!
To make things more irritating, I just learned my favorite (and only) chocolate indulgence, Green&Blacks, contains milk and is produced along side soy and peanuts. *shakes fist* I'm not a total chocoholic but I love the stuff. Ironically, as kid, I'd had an allergy to it and it broke me out. Somewhere along the way I no longer got chicken pox-like bumps after eating it, which pleased me. In my late teens, it didn't take long for me to enjoy dark chocolate and abandon the milk variety. Bleh...well I guess I should either give up chocolate altogether or find another brand. Maybe one day I won't feel the desire to have a treat for the sake of it.