So I've tried myfitnesspal. It's the first time of been using one of these calorie counting tools and it's working really well. It's particularly convenient because there's a large database that is kept up to date by the users. This makes it a lot easier to find what you actually had.
It's working really well so far. It hasn't felt particularly strenuous trying to stay on track like my previous more extreme diets were. It also works really well because of the clear boundaries. When you are setting your own boundaries they tend to change and you're unsure if they are even the correct boundaries. Myfitnesspal does all the math for me thankfully. The clarity of the calorie boundaries combined with the need to keep up regular meals(I used to skip breakfast) has forced me to try new things which is nice. I look forward to trying low-calorie breakfast bar options and things like kiwi's.
My anxiety levels and chest in general feels lot better. This is probably from going cold turkey from Coca Cola and keeping my portions at reasonable sizes. I don't know though, I'm not an expert.
I'd like to thank everyone who posted on my last status for all the helpful information and support.