Anorexia Recovery Meal plan? Easy Points. pLeAsE HeLp!!?!

Question: Anorexia Recovery Meal plan.? Easy Points. pLeAsE HeLp!!.?
Can you give me suggestions.? I am 5'1, 92lbs, and 14 years old. I am also a vegetarian, and refuse to give that up! My doctor recommended about 2200-2400 calories per day. I usually exercise 3-4 times per week. Please tell me what time to eat, and what for breakfast, etc. I get full very easily(just to let you know)Health Question & Answer

it's best to eat within a few hours of waking up in the morning. that way, you also give your metabolism a boost (i know you said you didn't want to lose weight, but it's healthy to eat breakfast anyway). here are some breakfast ideas which hopefully won't make you too full: parfait (use a container of yogurt, 1/2 cup granola, and a cup of fruit and it's really healthy and probably about 500 calories); bagel with peanut butter (if you're using 2 tbsp peanut butter and a large bagel, it's about 600 calories); or, if you're looking for something smaller and less filling, you could try breakfast cookies, a banana with peanut butter, Ensure or Boost, wholegrain toast with peanut butter and jelly, an omelette with lots of cheese or a meal replacement or sports bar.
you will probably also want to have snacks throughout the day. some healthy, high-calorie foods you could use are avocados (320 calories each), apple with peanut butter (using 2 tbsp peanut butter, 300 calories), 1/2 cup trail mix (about 300 calories), an Ensure or Boost drink (230 calories), sports or meal replacement bars (typically 180-300 calories) or 1/2 cup granola (300 calories). or if you'd prefer smaller snacks, you could have things like cheese sticks (about 80 calories each), crackers and hummus, some cereal, a veggie burger, a yogurt or an egg.
for lunch, you could try having something like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich (400-500 calories), grilled cheese (about 400 calories) veggie burger on a bun (about 400 calories, depending on the brand of veggie burger and brand of bread), a cup of black bean soup or chili with rice, a slice of pizza, or a cup of thick soup like potato soup. you could also use these ideas for dinner, and if each of your meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, have about 500 calories and you eat two, 300 calorie snacks, you'll reach the amount of calories your doctor wants. if that still looks challenging for you, you could try to split each meal or snack in half and eat the other half an hour later, when you're not quite as full, or you could try adding calorie-dense drinks like Ensure, or nutrient-filled bars like Balance bars to get more calories into your day. hope this helps you, and good luckHealth Question & Answer

The consumer health information on is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for any medical conditions.
The answer content post by the user, if contains the copyright content please contact us, we will immediately remove it.
Copyright © 2007-2012 -   Terms of Use -   Contact us

Health Q&A Resources