If taken out of context I might be considered with an eating disorder.
Like the doctor who mentioned eating disorder after I had told him about my weightloss due to digestive issues and that I avoided junk food because of it (I didn't even mention the grains, just junk food). Apparently, if you feel nauseous and you've lack of appetite because food just looks repulsive and you lose weight when you don´t really need to the problem is you. It was me that didn't have enough willpower to eat, the loss of appetite didn't seem relevant. This is the worldview of so many people, if you undereat and you are slim (like in my case) you must be obsessive, if you overeat and you´re fat you lack willpower.
Thankfully people that know me don´t think I have any disorder. I´ve always been a picky eater, so the change for them is very minor. I´ve started to eat things I didn´t eat before, and I´ve stopped eating other things I ate before. Makes little difference for them.
I ENJOY eating again, that´s such a relieve for me, I hated when I was just eating because I had to. So I won't make excuses for why I don't really cheat, it took me a long time to get to this point and I'm still recovering. I do use dairy ( stopped for few months, made no difference) but it's mostly cream, butter and kefir and I make sure I'm moderate carb not low carb. I don't feel restricted, there's too much of good food out there to enjoy!!
My conclusion, feeling miserable wrecks my social life more than my eating habits.