Ah. I had a liver biopsy done during a gallbladder removal, so there's that. If you got any bloodwork done, seeing the levels of liver stuff and how out of range they are could give an idea. My liver didn't show up as altered in the preop ultrasound I had, but I had a few enzyme levels higher than normal which was why I got the biopsy Ok so for my diet! There are, unfortunately, a lot of vegetables. Spoiler: Breakfast Option 1: 1 large slice of whole wheat bread 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil 1 cup nonfat milk + coffee + a teaspoon of cinnamon Option 2: 1 large whole wheat toast a teaspoon of olive oil 1 medium slice of white cheese Option 3: 1 large slice of whole wheat toast 1 egg 1 teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil Option 4: 1 medium banana + a teaspoon of cinnamon 100ml nonfat yogurt 1 tablespoon granola Option 5: 1 tangerine or orange or 1/4 of a medium mango or 1 large slice of melon or 1 medium slice of papaya or 80 grams of strawberry 1 slice of white cheese Basically this is some combination of toast and protein or fruit and protein (hence the yogurt and milk). You can mix and match like 80 grams of strawberries with the granola as long as it looks something like those options. Fruit portions are about 100 to 130 grams, except for berries and sweeter fruits, then a portion is 80 grams. Spoiler: Morning snack 1 medium slice of papaya or 1 large slice of melon or 1 medium banana or 1 orange or 1 tangerine or 1/4 of a medium mango or 80 grams of strawberries ON DAYS WHERE BREAKFAST WAS NOT FRUIT WITH SOMETHING 1 slice of whole wheat bread + 1 egg or 1 spoon of olive oil on days where breakfast was fruit with something Spoiler: Lunch The base is always a plate of green leaf salad and 4tablespoons of sauteed or cooked legumes. I know you mentioned having issues with those but they are really necessary for padding the plate :/ Option 1: Base 4 tablespoons of whole rice 1 medium ladle of cooked beans 1 medium chicken upper tigh, cooked or roast Option 2: Base 3 tablespoons of cooked cassava 4 tablespoons lentils 4 small pieces of meat, cooked Option 3: Base 2 medium potatoes, roasted/baked or cooked 3 tablespoons of cooked peas 3 tablespoons of canned tuna or 2 canned sardines (low-fat, not in oil) Option 4: Base 4 tablespoons of cooked corn 4 tablespoons of chickpeas 2 hardboiled eggs (you can make an omelette of those) Option 5: Base 4 tablespoons of whole rice 1 medium ladle of beans 1 medium fish fillet, grilled or cooked, salmon preferred. Option 6: Base 1 serving spoon of whole wheat pasta with tomato sauce 3 tablespoons of ground beef GREEN LEAF: lettuce, arugula, collard greens, spinach, endives, chicory, radiccio, chard, cabbage, sprouts of some kind, etc. Legumes: carrots, zuchinni, kabocha, eggplant, bell peppers, okra, pear squash, other squashes, beets, palm hearts. Spoiler: Afternoon snack Option 1: Mix of oily nuts: 2 Brazil nuts 3 almonds 4 hazelnuts 3 cashew nuts Option 2: 25g of 70% chocolate Option 3: 1 granola bar Spoiler: Dinner Same as lunch or: 3 large ladies of vegetable soup with pasta or rice and meat Or 1 sandwich with: 2 slices of whole wheat bread Lettuce and tomato 1 medium grilled slice of chicken breast or steak or 2 eggs And some fruit for dessert Spoiler: Night snack Option 1: 1 small portion of Fruit salad Option 2: 1 small pear or apple Option 3: 3 tablespoons avocado Option 4: 1 kiwi fruit or medium slice of fresh pineapple Option 5: 1 large piece of coconut Portions for meats are around palm sized. You can probably substitute the dairy for nondairy things, like tofu and almond milk, since you have issues with lactose; and use gluten free bread instead of whole wheat, but its probably going to be less filling - im not celiac and never had glutenfree bread, so i wouldnt know. This is a weight loss-y diet, but honestly I don't feel that hungry in it; it' just that I am a bread monster while anxious and now I'm studying for med school entrance exams and could kill a man for gluten. I can also have as much coffee and tea as I wish, as long as it is sweetened with Stevia (or a very, very small amount of honey, and if I use honey I can't have a fruit). I usually drink my coffee black or with milk so it doesn't bother me that much. This is also my diet tailored for my taste, so you can absolutely substitute the fruits and veggies for things that you like! I'm just not a fan of grapes so they don't show up lol and the legumes/vegetables and leaf greens there are just examples, my dietitian said I can eat anything along those lines in around that amount. And I'm in Brazil, so maybe some of the stuff is not available there.