I might be shot for saying it, but go ahead and try to eat some meat.
I remember when I was young, I was convinced I was dying of AIDS because I was always so sick and I had unprotected fun. For a year, rather than get tested I accepted my fate and such until I went to the dentist because a tooth was bothering me.
Turns out, that tooth was the source of all my problems. It had a bad cavity that was making me ill. Immediately after getting the tooth taken care of, I felt good again, like I never had before! I swear I was born again that day. I was happy to know I was not dying and that I was sick for a specific reason, so when I was out at a Perkins diner late night with friends, I decided to buy a chicken fried platter to help my body recover the year of being constantly ill.
When the meal arrived, I was telling my friends that I felt I needed to eat this for my health and that it was only one chicken and a one time deal. Well, I could *not* eat it. It was about 13 years ago, in fact I had forgotten it happened until a friend reminded me recently, but yeah, I took one bite and it tasted soooooo wrong. It was like trying to eat my own finger or a chewing on my own tongue.
I was veggie for about a year at that point, but I wouldn't be suprised if the same thing happens to you. If it doesn't gross you out, well, there is nothing wrong with being a carnivore -- either way it's all up to you.
Single vegetarian for 19 years seeks tasty vegetables to devour. Reply only if interested in being consumed whole.