See Alike in...

Alike App

Browser

leafi

610d

I have a very poor diet, I don't eat a lot of "junk" food but it is far from balanced. I think my diet is really taking a toll on my concentration, metabolism, and giving me so much fatigue. I'm vegetarian but I don't know anything about nutrition and I don't know where to start. It's like I just mentally shut down when I think about all the ingredients to buy and cooking to do (I just microwave stuff right now) I know I need to just take it one step at a time and start with doing some research but I thought I'd see if anyone has had a similar experience and maybe what has helped them. Does anyone have any tips or thoughts?

    • may_Bea

      608d

      As someone with a specific diet (pescetarian) myself I relate to how hard it is to shop and cook for good meals. I have a lot of issues with textures so a lot of healthy meals I'd see on places like Pinterest were a no go which made me default to the same meals. Something that helped me was meal kits as a starting point as they provide the ingredients and recipe so I can try a new food and have the recipe if I want to prepare it again later.

    • SalineTurnip

      610d

      I recommend looking into smoothies and multivitamins. You can add just about anything to a smoothie to get nutrients but if you're not ready for all that, a simple men's or women's multivitamin can go a long way.

☝ This content is generated by our users and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult with your physician before making any medical decision

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Want to chat or share? Download the Alike app now and get complete access to Alike.health's unique features.

Find people who are
experiencing a similar
medical reality

100% Free
100%
Free

Download Alike for the full experience

JOIN

View All

Bupropion

night sweats

paranoid

Valium

sertraline

palpitations

Anxiety (Including GAD)

Depression

palpitations

Depression

Valium

Bupropion