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Diet Care for Amenorrhea

Amenorrhea is when a woman of childbearing age fails to menstruate. A woman normally menstruates every 23 to 35 days.This condition occurs due to imbalance of hormones, low levels of haemoglobin and any associated disease. Food intake and amenorrhea go hand in hand. Diet plays a large role in period loss. Whether a result of restriction or over-exercising, under-eating starves your body of essential nutrients. When under-fed, your body prioritizes the energy needs of organs like the heart and the brain and shuts down other processes that it considers less important, like the menstrual cycle.

To Avoid To Consume
White breads Whole wheat flour
White refined flour and its products Oatmeal
- Whole grains cereals
- Porridge
- Brown rice
- Finger millet flour
- Soya flour
- Quinoa
- Rye
- Buck Wheat
- Amaranth
Dried and frozen pulses and limit the use of black gram All Pulses
- Legumes
- Soybean and its products
All canned and packaged fruits and limit the intake of citrus fruits like lemon All fruits
Excessive salt and Chilli All spices - Fennel
- Sesame seeds
- Cumin
- Carmon
- Thyme
- Coriander
- Turmeric
- Less salt
- Black pepper
All other non vegetarian foods. Egg white portion
- Fish
- Chicken soup (occasionally)
Dairy Products
Whole milk and Cream Low-fat milk and Yogurt
Butter -
Full-fat yogurt -
Cream cheese -
Condensed milk -
Unsaturated fats Cow ghee
Cream Mustard oil
Palm oil Sesame oil
Butter Olive oil
Hydrogenated oil Soybean oil
- Rice bran oil
- Coconut oil
Dry Fruits
Cashew nuts Pumpkin seeds
Pistachio Raisins
Peanuts Almond
- Walnuts
- Prunes
- Dates
- Figs
- Flax seeds
- Dried apricot (Soaked ones)
Carbonated beverages Vegetable soup
Packaged and Canned fruit juices and soups Herbal Tea
Caffeinated drinks Wheatgrass juice
Alcohol Amla Juice
Tea (limited) Carrot juice
- Triphala Juice
- Cranberry juice
- Pumpkin juice
- Papaya juice

Diet Chart For Amenorrhea

Early Morning

Luke warm Water/ Saunf water / Herbal tea / Soaked alomonds


1 Egg / Veg Dalia / Veg upma / Veg Vermicelli (Sewian) / Veg poha / Chapatti with veg or dal


Sprouts / Fruit / Coconut water / Steamed Salad


Missi chapatti / Plain chapatti / Vegetable + Dal + Salad


Fruits / Rice flakes snack / Sprouts / Soup (Home-made) / Herbal tea / Juice


Chapatti / Vegetable + Dal / Salad (without salt)

Things To Remember

  • Whole fruit should be preferred to fruit juices.
  • Skipping of meals should be avoided, especially the breakfast
  • Walk for at least 30-45 min is recommended.
  • Water intake should be increased at least 8-10 glasses regularly
  • Herbal Tea- Boil ½ tsp each of fennel, coriander, cumin in 3 cups of water till it’s reduced to 1 cup.
  • Soaked almonds and dates are good to consume daily.