Hi "boy of misery",
Sorry to hear about your health loss. This is an issue that many young people are experiencing these days. A prolonged lack of food can be detrimental to your health but not nearly as bad as dehydration.
The human body is surprisingly resilient in recovering from past neglect or injury. To help your body overcome and heal the damage that was done make sure to try the following:
- Drink plenty of water, start with 6-8 cups a day.
- Get at least 8 hours of restful sleep per night.
- Eat a diet high in good fats and vitamins (such as chicken, eggs, carrots and broccoli etc.)
If you do the above for a while your body will soon enter into a state of repair. In this state your body is working hard to fix any damage done to it, where as before it was only able to maintain basic functions for survival.
You will also be nutritionally deficient. Purchase a quality multi-vitamin at your local grocery store, it can take a while to replenish the essential vitamins your body needs so use them for at least 30 days.
Good luck and good health to you!