– nuts/seeds + nut butter. Walnuts are especially beneficial. chia or ground flax.
– coconut milk (think curries, smoothies with frozen fruit)
– olive oil, canola oil, soybean oil (be generous when sauteeing veggies/tofu)
I am not sure I ever had *true* amenorrhea. There was a period of time in my life, however, where I only got my period if I binged on nuts. I don’t recommend bingeing. Just add in several servings! They are fun snacks.
You will also need to eat enough. Many people with amenorrhea have problems with balanced eating (be willing to consider whether this is true, either by honest reflection or some online quizzes by legitimate organizations). That was true for me. This is best resolved with the help of a professional, but at the very least, make sure you are eating maintenance calories (!!!). Let me know if you want to know more about what that means!