Back up a step- you're holding steady at 141 after having started the diet, right? No additional weight loss?
Sugars are the key to gaining weight; paradoxically, we're told it's fat that does it, but that's not the case. Ingesting carbohydrates leads to an insulin pulse; insulin is an anabolic hormone- it *builds* things. Try a bit of honey with every meal, if you're not already- even just a spoonful of the stuff in tea or even a glass of water. Combine that with calorie-dense foods- lots of cheese, including dry curd cottage cheese if you can get it, eggs, bacon (yes, bacon! you can have bacon!), and meat. Every weekend, we have eggs and bacon; fry up the bacon, and cook the eggs in the grease.
Custard is excellent: cook up two blocks of dry curd cottage cheese plus 6-10 eggs until they reach a smooth texture. Add in a stick of butter. Flavor with honey and cinnamon to taste. Refrigerate and serve with blueberries. Great for snacks and breakfast.
Keep your chin up! The damage has to reverse itself in order to be able to absorb those precious calories. After three months, I was up 13 pounds for the first time since I got sick and started losing weight at a pound per week. Gah!