Hi sifuabbot and welcome!
I'm sorry about your health issues. I hope you find it's nothing too serious and that you heal from them.
Your diet sounds kind of sparse to me. Are you trying for all raw or just healthier?
If you don't want to make your own bread from scratch (which isn't hard really), there are some vegan breads on the market. I don't know where you live? In the U.S., there are two brands: Ezekiel and Food For Life breads which are sprouted breads and found in the frozen section of groceries due to not having preservatives or shelf stabilizers in them. They are really not bad, and Food For Life even has gluten free options. I also like Rudi's Bakery breads (not all are vegan but some are) and usually find those at health food stores.
If you don't want to cut grains out altogether but don't want bread, there are so many whole grains to experiment with such as brown or wild rice, millet, couscous, barley, oats... You can even make stuff like taco "meat" with wild rice, or veggie patties with brown rice. I find that beans are very filling and satiating for me, and they include lots of iron, calcium, protein, and fiber. They are a staple for me. I am also a fan of raw buckwheat groats. Have you ever soaked them and then ate them like cold cereal with berries and nuts/seeds? I sometimes make a porridge with raw buckwheat groats or oat groats by soaking them overnight, then in the morning I add them to my blender with a banana and berries and maybe some ground flaxseed and blend to a creamy consistency. I add a little water as I blend to help it along.
Fruits and vegetables are great and should be eaten at every meal, for sure. They give me more energy and help me recover from workouts faster, along with enough protein, fats, and carbs throughout the day. Years ago I had Achilles tendinitis and later a pelvic stress fracture. I managed without painkillers but I required heat/cold treatments, wraps, lots of rest, and ate a TON of turmeric on everything and pineapple for it's bromelain. I can seriously eat a half of a pineapple at one sitting. This if from WebMD:
Bromelain is an enzyme found in pineapple juice and in the pineapple stem. People use it for medicine. Bromelain is used for reducing swelling (inflammation), especially of the nose and sinuses, after surgery or injury.
The main thing though was to make sure I was eating enough!!! I probably wouldn't have had such injuries if I had not been pushing myself so hard with running while eating too little.
Best wishes on your journey!