About three weeks ago, I switched to a vegan diet, having read Joel Fuhrman's Super Immunity, in which he argues that a vegan diet is more micronutrient-dense and so better for your health. He warns that you might feel worse for up to a couple of weeks and have an upset stomach (check) while your gut flora readjust. However, I've been feeling pretty low-energy since I started it and am feeling a bit shakey today. I used to get hypoglaemic a few years ago while I was still in remission and saw a nutritionist (who specialised in ME) who recommended me to reduce my carbohydrate intake and make sure that I was eating animal/fish protein four times a day to stablise my blood sugar. It worked, and that's the diet I've been on ever since. She said that a lot of PWME struggle with vegan or vegetarian diets because of the blood sugar issue. I'm always a bit borderline in terms of being able to take care of myself and don't have much margin to play with. Now that I'm going wobbly I'm struggling with food prep and wondering whether to jack this diet in today and go back to my former diet. Any views? Any ideas whether I'd be likely to get an improvement if I stuck with it for a bit longer? I'd have thought my body would have adjusted to the new diet by now. Incidentally I take b12 (as a sublingual spray) so this isn't a b12 issue.