Katrina- Don't stop eating meat!! Which diet were you looking at? On the antifungal diet you can eat virtually all meats, fish, poultry,(non breaded, of course), all veggies except potatoes, mushrooms (a fungus) and corn/corn products (a grain). Absolutely no grains for 2 weeks! Sorry, no bread, but after awhile, believe it or not, you won't even miss it. Also you can eat the following fruits if your body can tolerate it: grapefruit, lemons, limes, all berries (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, etc), green apples, any eggs, yogurt (only plain,full fat- not the low fat and non-fat because they usually have fillers and artificial sweeteners), butter, and sparingly unsweetened whipped cream, cream cheese and sour cream (those 3 sparingly), olive oil, raw nuts (no peanuts or pistachios). After 2 weeks I introduced some grains like oats, brown rice, millet no-yeast bread, tortilla bread (no yeast). I used Stevia to sweeten anything like the whipped cream or yogurt with fresh/frozen berries added. I also made a legal cheesecake with an almond base sweetened with Stevia with crushed berry sauce on top for a treat. It is only hard initially because you have to prepare ahead of time. You can't open a box or can of something on the run. Will you be home during the summer to give it a try? It may be easier than trying to do this while going to school. As well, if you do have a fungal condition, you may feel worse (flu-like symptoms) before you feel better as the fungus dies off. You would want to be home for that. May last up to 4-5 days. Everyone is different. Did you ask about the probiotics?
I'm sure hoping something will work for you soon, whether it's the meds or the diet change, or whatever it is you and your doctor decide to try. Give it time. You won't get better overnight. And don't give up. You'll find something that works for you, eventually :)