Our expert says:
Well, there's no known medical or psychiatric disorder that causes one to not want to cook. But some might be relevant. I think you're saying that you start the day very early, work long and hard, and don't feel the energy or motivation to cook for yourself in the evening.
I have never heard of a histology test that would show signs of starvation, especially not in someone who is over-weight and eating reasonbly, so I'd be very curious to know what sort of doctor carried out and interpreted this bizarre test.
It definitely sounds as though you are tired, and maybe need the advice of a good dietician to plan a good and practical diet. Even when you get takeaways there are items to choose that are much healthier than others. And similarly at a restaurant. And on your own, there are tasy and healthy salds and meals you can get from good stores like Woolworths that take little or no special preparation and are quickly ready to eat.
If the peculiar testing was carried out by a GP, maybe you should see a specialist in general internal medicine and a dietician, for better expert advice. Make sure you're not anaemic ( its rather easy for women to become iron-deficiency anaemic, and its easy to remedy ). Make sure you get enough fruit and veg, which can often be enjoyed with little preparation and without cooking.
Amd excellent suggestions from the other readers who have commented.
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