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Nutrition plan for 2000 calories ?

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Hi there, I am new here, long story short, I had a relapse 1 or 2 years ago and ended up in the mental hospital, I have a severe nurological rare brain disorder called schitzoefective and have been recovering from the relapse since I left the hospital. I have a nurse come to check up on me once a week and she says I need to be eating at least 2000 caleries a day minimum as I am a mesomorph or between a ectomorph and mesomorph, my phyciatrist thinks I am a mesomorph based on my bone structure. I want to have a nutrition food/drink plan based on a 2000 calerie intake a day and what I can afford. Also a nutrition plan that has 0 leptin foods in it, food/drink that does NOT cause me or will NEVER give me diabetes, tooth cavities and inflammation or physical diseases of all sorts. I receive 191 dollars in food stamps a month wich is not much and is no enough to cover the cost of the food/drink I need to be 2000 caleries a day. My grandma as well as my mother have been steping in to provide me with enough food to be 2000 caleries a day or close to it. I do not want to rely on my perents to help me with food and would like to know if I could have a nutrition plan based on what I have said above and with in my budget 191 dollars a month. If I can have a nutrition plan based on what I said what is that?


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replied April 12th, 2018
Nutrition Answer A63625
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!
I read your question and I understand your concern.
Based on your calories requirement and affordability
I would like following routine for you.
Eat an egg,two breads, an apple,a glass of milk in breakfast,
One burger and sandwich,small chicken piece in lunch and one burger,sandwich in dinner along with two bananas.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


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