I want to make sure I understand your question, if you are not experiencing a period, (amenorrhea) the best thing is to seek medical help for the reason, there are many reasons women don't have a period, or a very long time between cycles.
If you are saying you are not ovulating then one clue could be a little shorter cycle by 2 to 3 days.
Anovulation means you are not ovulating, which means you go into a short luteal phase and do not produce a follicular or corpus luteum which produces progesterone. This can cause perimenopausal symptoms and estrogen dominance.
Now, to answer you question, it really doesn't effect the diet plan, the luteal phase plan will benefit anovulatory, unless of course you suffer from Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
What you may want to do is to keep track of the length of each cycle and look for a pattern. You can also purchase ovulation predictor kits (LH) and look for the surge which would indicate ovulation as well as taking a basal temperature and looking for the small increase in temp.
I will always suggest if you think you have a medical problem you should talk with your OBGYN or family physician.
I did go to the family physican today, due to much vaginal irritation and burning sensations. She said nothing showed up on the microscope, but gave me a one time antibiotic, saying that sometimes, yeast doesn't alway show up. What ever I got, I GOT IT!
I've had very little to no vaginal mucus this whole cycle time. SO, based on the way I"ve been feeling and seeing such a decreast in mucus, I'm guessing again to be anovulatory. I have a history of this.
She is also going to follow up with more blood tests for Rheumotoid Arthritis and Lupus. My RA factor had increased since the last time I had blood drawn.