Stop jumping around, chopping and changing.
Choose a dietary mix and stay there.
Get Carbs at around 150g, don't stress over the exact amount, anywhere between 100 to 200 g, you shouldn't need to calculate this after a while, it will be obvious in the meals, if you have a higher carb day, then ease of on the fats and vice versa.
Get plenty of and good variety in fruit, veg, and smaller amounts of but good variety of nuts.
Keep all bones from roast meals etc. and make up some bone stocks.
Keep protien amounts fairly constant, but vary the sources.
Agree with others, ditch the Flax seed, too many questionable issues.
When your body is in a fragile state, then even positive changes can result in negative impacts if too rapid.
Settle down, curb your enthusiasm, by all means take on board positive results and feelings, but temper these down, you may get days where you feel full of energy and could concour the world, be aware though if you try there is a likelihood you will feel bad for a good time afterward.
If you are feeling particularly good, yes get out and enjoy it, but pace yourself and keep the brakes on lightly, better you let your body use that energy for healing than burning it all up in a big workout.
Healing your body will take quite a long time and you won't be running any marathons in the near future, so relax, bed in your process and be gentle with your body.