1) What do you think about [my personal medical condition] and [lab results] and [symptoms]?
If you live nearby, make an appointment. My office is in Norwood, MA. There is often a bit of a wait.
2) Do you do phone consultations?
Legally I can do phone consultations at the request of your physician. I can make recommendations for the benefit of you and your licensed personal physician but cannot practice medicine in another state. These phone consultations are not covered by insurance and are billed at our going "intake" rate. In general I would require a consult letter from your primary care doctor or psychiatrist and any recent laboratory and medical records.
3) I'm just going to email you my history and hope for the best.
I care about you as a human being, but my email volume is incredible, and I simply do not have the time to respond. My apologies in advance.
4) What should I eat?
I'm in favor of the most liberal whole foods prescription so far as diet, to reduce risk of nutrient deficiencies and increase the ability to stick to a whole foods diet. I'm leery of soy, wheat, peanuts, refined vegetable oils, refined sugars, and processed food in general. I'm friendly to many "unpaleo" foods such as white baked potatoes, white rice, and most cooked legumes, and plenty of fruit. I prefer the judicious inclusion of "expensive" sugar such as precious raw honey procured from a seasonal roadstand or real maple syrup bought at a premium. Also high fat/fermented dairy, though I don't eat it myself very much. You might have diabetes or fructose intolerance or histamine intolerance or lactose intolerance etc. and your personal dietary prescription will vary. Good luck navigating the difficult waters of the nutrition blogosphere.