Found the link, and appreciated it. I used a site called fitday previously, which sucked balls. I've found a good post-bulimia recovery method to be the drinking of half a gallon of whole fat milk a day. I advised her to do that and build up to that gradually, like one glass an hour or such.
The reason for my query is that I'm simply worried about her health. She gets palpitations after mere minutes of running, her hair falls off unnaturally and whenever she eats, she gets nausea. On the other hand, she is strong compared to most women of her age around here with a 100 lbs bench press (very interesting detail since it means she was either very strong before the case or didn't lose muscle mass), has a blood pressure of 115/68 and a pulse of 61 (MUCH better than me in fact. I thought myself to be pretty healthy until I was diagnosed with hypertension and high haertbeat).
The problem is because she was very heavily insecure, mostly about her appearance at the time the complication began and suffered from depression. One night, she binged and became disgusted by herself, mostly due to her appearance and made herself puke. Then she started having more over-eating cases and she puked again whenever she felt heavy (weighed herself 4-5 times a day that time) and it became a habit. She puked whenever she ate. Her friends back then helped her be rid of the puking by locking the toilets whenever they were together and after a shock diet that lasted for 2 months she became free of puking. She is currently happy and is in peace with herself, and is content with her looks (as well as I am), but she still can not eat because whenever she eats a good meal she gets a nausea and is also afraid she'll put on weight. And she told me.
Yesterday, I told her about my depression a year ago and she wanted me to learn the only thing she hid from me (as she put it), which was bulimia for 3 years. Through some research we decided that it would be to her benefit to drink half a gallon of whole fat milk alongside 6 very light meals a day. That way she can get around 1800-2000 calories, which probably is a good number for maintenance, no?
And thanks for the support both of you, I appreciate it greatly.