I say in advance that I am no carnivore, maybe one day, I just flirt with it and try to stay close as my body feels better with less carbs. But I couldn’t resist reading your last comment.
To me, carnivore is cheaper than keto (the style I personally tried, of course, one can spend insane amounts on any diet) but I don’t eat really much meat on carnivore (and close to zero on keto)… The other part is that I eat way more if I eat plants… So skipping them is good for my budget too. (As I never needed medication on any diet, I can’t say it helps with that. But it may be true for others.)
But I have some pretty cheap meat right now, almost as cheap as my eggs! I only use trusted local farms, normal stores are out and still, not every kind of meat is expensive… And well, I for one don’t want to get extremely much protein from my food… When I will need more calories, I will eat more fat in percentage. The costs between a 1200 or a 2000 kcal day for the same person isn’t necessarily huge… You need your protein, nutrients - but for energy? Fat is fine.
It’s possible you can’t handle very fatty food first, though… But as you don’t need very much energy, it’s fine now. And maybe simply eating meat is the best but if you can’t afford that, at least eat more calories, 1200 is super low! Not everyone can handle it, to put it lightly, I surely wouldn’t, my body would complain soon.
I am sure carnivore, even keto or low-carb isn’t for everyone. But sometimes it’s the chosen food, the macros, the timing that must be done right.
And you have serious problems. You can’t expect any great woe would cure them right away. And 35 days is almost right away, it’s a very short time… It doesn’t matter that when most people feel better, it’s very individual, obviously.