Mirtazapine..good foods to eat while going off

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I'm following Manuel's lead..a little. Anyone who could suggest good foods that sit well with them as they go off this med?

im hoping to stock pile a bit so I don't have to go to the store should I not be able.

also if anyone is taking vitamins that help could you mention which one?

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    Hi my GP told me to get a course of vitamin D while tapper down to lift your mood.Also somewhere on the web Ithink it's on the Boots website they give you a list of foods to eat and what vitamins do what. I also follow manuelmanuel lead he's been very helpful. If you've got a question find one of his threads and I'm sure he'll help you.Good Luck.
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    Hi there, 

    I have been off Mirt 45mg for 7-8 weeks I did it cold turkey and it was very hard.  I supplemented with a vit d3 oral spray, magnesium skin oil/spray both indicated as potential lacking in individuals with low mood disorders. Also chromium which I read Mirt depletes, high omega 3 krill oil and fish oil, b vitamins and a multi vitamin. 

    I basically researched vitamin and mineral deficiencies associated with depression and went from there. I also try to include lots of oily fish and healthy fats such as avocados, along with fruits and veg. 

    Good luck on your journey!!

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