Haurelia - FWIW, I believe most adults have a stronger immunity to Rota than kids do. My younger DD contracted it at 18 months of age while we were visiting family in California, and while her vomiting was so bad it induced seizures, DH and I only felt a little funky for like 12 hours (but no diarrhea or vomiting from me or him or my older DD), and frankly, that could have just been stress over worrying about the seizures and finding medical care in a state that doesn't accept our state's Medicaid. And I bedshare, so I was like, singing doom and gloom the entire time about how I was going to vomit on the 8 hour plane ride home! I'm emetophobic, so I did a ton of research and discovered that most adults aren't bothered by Rota - it's usually noro or adeno that brings down the grownups!
Nettlesoup - Wow, I am so sorry about your continued nausea. Your new diet plan sounds perfectly healthy to me. Perhaps not as conscious as what you may have done previously, but certainly not anything I would incite any guilt over. My diet plan has basically been: "1. try not to eat nothing but carbs at every meal and 2. eat something green each day" Yours sounds even better than that!