Hypothalamic Amenorrhea recovery meal plan

25,00 £

Period recovery food guide with 27 recipes and a sample 7 day meal plan with full macro and micro nutrient breakdown for each day



I designed this Hypothalamic Amenorrhea recovery meal plan as a guide to eating the minimum calorie recommendation for recovering your period. The idea is to show how a mostly whole-foods diet of 2500 calories per day could look. I have created 7 recipes each for breakfast, lunch, dinner plus some snack and drink ideas. You will then find a sample meal plan towards the end of this guide showing how these meals could be put together over the course of a week. The Hypothalamic Amenorrhea recovery meal plan is designed around 3 main meals of 700 calories each plus 2 snacks at 200 calories bringing the daily total up to approximately 2500 calories. I have also provided macro and micro nutrient breakdowns for each of the 7 days of the meal plan and nutrient summaries for the individual recipes. 



3 thoughts on “Hypothalamic Amenorrhea recovery meal plan

  1. Kingsley Meszaros says:

    Hi Amy! I was just wondering before I purchase this ebook, would you consider the meal plans and recipes included to be student-friendly? I am taking a full course load and work part-time so don’t have as much time to cook as I used to, and I try to keep my grocery bill on the cheaper side when possible however I really need to start eating more and prioritizing my HA Recovery!
    Hope you are well,

    • AmyCulli says:

      Hey Kingsley, good to hear from you! I would say it is student friendly, yes. I am happy to let you be the test drive of that and if you disagree I will refund you, how does that sound? The main carbohydrate sources are oats, bread, rice, root vegetables. The proteins are a mix of animal and plant based but the sourcing is up to you which would of course affect the price. I haven’t specified organic or grass-fed meat as an example but depending on your eating philosophy you might feel the need to pay more for this over conventional. The meal plan can be adjusted based on what you have available but all the meals are easy to prepare in my opinion. The main thing I would say it is definitely not suited to a vegetarian or dairy-free diet as there is milk and/or cheese included daily throughout the meal plan as I find these to be very supportive foods for recovery. If you have any other questions please reach out. Good luck with your recovery, I know you’ve got this! Amy x

  2. Kingsley says:

    I’ve been using the recipes in this meal plan on and off for a month and a half now and have REALLY been enjoying them, especially the lunches. The recipes themselves are easy to prepare which is great for busy student life and most of the ingredients are inexpensive and easy to find where I live. I really loved how she spoke about the beneficial aspects of the recipes and ingredients themselves, especially ingredients that I would have once deemed “too scary”. The section at the beginning of the meal plan is really informational too, and I find myself going back to read it every few weeks just to remind myself why I am moving towards this goal of re-nourishment. Thank you so much, Amy!

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