Is your medication to blame for changes in appetite?

September 13, 2019 Providence Nutrition Team

Have your eating habits changed over time? Do you find yourself skipping meals and avoiding your favorite foods because they just don’t taste the same? Or are you at the opposite end of the spectrum—eating nonstop and worried you’ll never feel full again?

It may be your prescription medication.

Whether you’ve recently started a medication or are on a regular regime, here are 3 ways your appetite may be affected by the medications you take.

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This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your healthcare professional's instructions.

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We are all about food! The Providence Nutrition Team loves to talk about and share our expertise on how to help you find the right diet, food types and maintenance tactics to help you live life to the fullest...while also enjoying the best foods that mother nature has to offer.

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