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Madeline017

576d

I hate how my adhd meds keep me from eating. Does anyone have any suggestions of types of things I can take like vitamins or supplements that will help?

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    • aspen1007

      576d

      i have found that eating small protein filled snacks has been really helpful, like peanut butter and apple slices. also, protein shakes are helpful. i get the vega essentials powder and it actually tastes pretty good, and has all the things you need in a meal.

    • AnimalBoy

      575d

      Eggs, especially boiled, are really high in nutrients and don't feel as filling. I'd suggest trying to find any gummy vitamins you can find, sweets are just as a good motivator as an adult as they are when you're a kid. Costco has really good peach vitamin D gummies, a lot of the rest of what I take are multi and iron vitamins targeted towards pregnant women? It seems to be the only adult demographic that gets targeted for gummies.

    • Telescopial

      576d

      Lots of protein, mini protein bars, protein shakes, creatine powder, tiny foods like trail mix or fruit snacks. I find that beverages are easier for me to get down so I try to find beverages that have some nutritional/caloric density. Honestly though, the biggest help was when I started engaging in 🍃. I don’t even enjoy it, but it helps me eat.

      • Madeline017

        575d

        @Telescopial i have actually considered trying 🍃 to help. my state requires a med card though. do you know if i can actually get one for that?

    • aspen1007

      576d

      i have found that eating small protein filled snacks has been really helpful, like peanut butter and apple slices. also, protein shakes are helpful. i get the vega essentials powder and it actually tastes pretty good, and has all the things you need in a meal.

    • Xavier_c

      576d

      I try to eat a solid meal before i take my meds and it helps a lot!! And setting reminders to eat!

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