I love being raw, but I hate all the complicated planning it takes to make sure I'm getting enough calories, and the right carb/fat/protein ratio (which I posted on separately). By the end of the day I feel full, but have to keep cramming more to get to my required calorie level and then I feel bloated, nauseated, and absolutely miserable and I go to bed feeling like shit.
Can I maintain my weight/gain without spending an inordinate amount of my time planning daily calories, carbs/fat/protein, and staying awake late to cram in the rest of my calories for the day even after I'm nauseatingly full? Do I have to eat things that I do not have any desire to eat on certain days - sometimes I just don't feel like greens, or fats - to make sure that my nutrition is balanced? I get worried about amino acids too, and it takes forever to plan my diet to make sure that I'm getting each amino acid in full amount.
I feel like my dieticians put a lot of pressure on me to make sure my blenderized diet is as perfectly balanced as the non-vegan canned formula I used to be on (I live on a stomach tube), and it's just getting stressful and a bit overwhelming to be spending so much time on NutrientData every day tweaking and retweaking the recipes to make them perfect, and then forcing things down myself when I'm already too full, or when I don't want a particular food, for the sake of calories and perfect nutritional balance. AGGGH! Is there a better way to do this, without ending up really thin and nutritionally deficient?