Meal Advice Wanted
This probably sounds horrible to some but for me, during those first few weeks, I ate anything I didn't get nauseous from the smell of which seemed to be pizza, french fries, crackers, rice, etc.. They now have these "Preggie Pops" that would maybe help you, otherwise sour things like lemons and ginger ale are supposed to alleviate some of the symptoms. In my case 3/4 times it was simply avoiding smells that made me sick. Don't worry about what you can't eat right now. Just stay hydrated and soon this will be over and you will be enjoying your pregnancy and bump. If it persists past the 4th month or if it becomes so bad you can not keep anything down then you should talk with your doc or midwife about herbs or even medications that are safe.
Raw almonds are very good to curb nausea for me (although my neausea never been that bad), and after eating them for all my first pregnancy I read somewhere that they're really good to reduce acid in the stomach. Which could explain I hadn't experience heartburn before the last months where you're stomach is up your throat.
Just eat whatever you can keep down, haha. I had tons of aversions while pregnant too (I had to leave my house while attempting to cook chicken because the smell was so horrible) so I figured that eating something was better than eating nothing. Assuming you ate fairly well before pregnancy you have a lot of nutrients stored up and its not like you're only eating candy. I ate a ton of fruit, carbs, and fats. And I figured if that's what my body wanted, I must have needed something in those foods. I drank some teas to help with heartburn and nausea (lemon ginger, and moroccan mint were my favorites). Try not to stress or beat yourself up about eating perfectly, as long as you're getting some real food in you that you enjoy somewhat, you're doing great!