First of all a couple of background lines to my question, so you can better understand what I am talking about.
I am a 31 y.o. man, working pretty much all day at my desk, with little-to-no-time at all for sports, after I've dealt with tons of other daily things.
In the last 2 years I've put on a lot of weight (92kg weight x 1.76m height) because my habits changed a lot (I used to walk to go to my job - because I had time to do it - , I went dancing every Saturday - I had friends where I lived, now where I do I don't even have discos in a 30km radius - and so on...).
I go in fitness-studio twice a week (rarely once, I always try to keep these hours as "untouchable" given the amount of other things to do), where I do in the following order: 10 minutes of cardio, 2 times a "circle" (each exercise works on a different muscle) without pause between the exercises but with a pause between the circles and at the end 20 minutes of cardio again.
I have a nasty problem with food. I can avoid eating junk food, but I cannot eat all the healthy stuff there is, since most vegetables make me really puke. Same goes with fruit and most of the cheese. I do eat a lot of carbohydrates (there is not much left in the world with all I excluded, is there?).
I may sound "polarized" wanting some answers rather than others, but I am aware of what I can and can't do and answers like "go out and run" or "eat vegetables" will just disappoint me.
I cannot find more time to do exercise. Some days I am really exhausted and I need to rest.
I cannot try to eat what I don't, because it makes me fell sick (literally) and I don't have time or money to sit by a psychologist and work that out.
Is there anything at all that could help me? I am willing to try: diets (please consider my problems with food), different training (shouldn't exceed the time I have), integrators (vitamins, fat burners, carbohydrates absorbers, proteins, ...).