please do not worry about "responding" personally. That's not what this place is about, in its best spirit imv.
Re-feeding can be delicate. Best not to look too much at the body, in the early days. :-) Have faith, it'll come back. That said, I (personally) would try baths instead
for awhile, and be very careful with sudden moves.
These moments of extreme weakness are common. Be very gentle. You can eat more than broth as soon as you feel you can! (self listening and self-trust) If that sounds cavalier it's not meant to.
Have some coconut water, and have some of the young meat (which is soft, like raw fish.) In fact, young coconuts
are the best food, after mother's milk. And very healing for kidneys and all...
The old (dark bron) ones are more work, grating and pressing...and not nearly so perfectly balanced.
Young coconuts have/are a perfect electrolyte solution.
Then, all kinds of greens. I would blend or juice them, or do a mix of blending/juicing. The main thing is to add your saliva and your 'blessing' : meaning, go easy,
go slow, go gently.
PS If you want a number, to feel more certian--in 2 days you can feel free to eat avocado, gently, and whatever plant foods youwant. That's my gut feeling. Maybe even a little concentrated protein. Such as sardines, if you eat them. with lemon. I don't know what food you eat that is good for you. Don't worry about the weight. Miso soup might be very nourishing....and strengthening. (good plan these days)
I would not go back to SAD food and processed cheeses, bread meat and that sort of thing. You can start to have soups though,(with veg. and not just the broth). In fact, a lot of things can be good and fine--it's all about not binging on anything--and keeping it simple.