It was a community dietician that I saw at the local cottage hospital, and she was really nice. We only had half an hour, unfortunately, but it was ok.
So, the plan is...breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner, supper. That is scary - like I was eating before all this started, before Uni, when I was a "healthy" weight, but I don't want to be that weight again. It seems like such a lot - I feel like a hobbit - small, slightly puzzled, and constantly eating. Urgh. I'll look like a total pig.
She said that she would recommend that I might gain on 1900-2000 cals. That is a lot. And scarey.
She offered me some nutrient drinks, but they had cows milk, so I didn't take them. She also said that I might want to see the newly appointed person who knows how to deal with EDs, and I said I didn't think that was necessary. She said that maybe I just had "hang-ups", and needed to sort them out, but that an ED was a concern. I showed her my food diary - she liked the breakfast, but not other things. :/ Oh well. I thought that she was going to hate it when I wrote it out last night.
So that is the plan, anyway. 50% cals from carbs, protein with each meal etc. I knew this anyway, I don't really know why I went to this. Perhaps I need "validation" or something *feels stupid and over dramatic*. There is me being a pig for the near future then. Lots of dried fruit and nuts.
And the doc's tomorrow. I'm more nervous about that, oddly.