I take the Vegan Society multivitamin which contains vitamin D2, iodine, b12, and I think a couple of other b vitamins, as well as a sublingual 1,000 mcg methylcobalamin b12. I also had a blood test about a month ago, and the results didn't show any nutritional deficiencies.
I don't know, maybe I'm not eating enough calories. I usually only have two meals a day because of my weird sleeping pattern. And I should probably incorporate more vegetables into my diet. I'm just nervous about cooking/preparing new things. Probably because of anxiety.
Breakfast is usually gluten free oatmeal (or a gluten free grain mix consisting of brown rice, buckwheat, and millet) with almond or rice milk, ground flaxseed, fruit, nuts/seeds, and usually a cup of coconut water or smoothie. I often put a tablespoonful of blackstrap molasses into the smoothie, too. It's the only way I can handle eating it, can't stand the flavour, the smoothie does a good job of masking it.
If I do have lunch, it tends to be falafel and hummus on gluten free vegan bread and stuff like peanut butter on rice cakes.
Dinner varies a bit. Normally a couple Amy's Kitchen meals (lasagne, curry, korma, mac n cheeze, breakfast sandwich, bean wrap; all gluten free and vegan). Or we might have an Indian takeaway and I order a curry with rice and a side of spicy chickpeas which is very substantial, tofu or rice noodles from Chinese takeaway, or homemade tofu scramble or gluten free pasta. I might also eat lunch items listed above, as well as one or two Nakd bars. Oh and 70% dark chocolate, although not much or it triggers panic attacks or nausea.
My meals are always fairly large, as I have a huge appetite. I tend to keep eating during the meal until I feel satisfied. I could still be undereating, however, due to the frequency of my meals.
I don't know if going back to vegetarian would do much. I became very sensitive to dairy, and I might not be able to eat it at all now, so the only difference would be the fact I'd eat eggs. Do I start eating small amounts of meat and fish and slowly ease back into veganism?
I have been looking into seeing dieticians. However, I might just not be eating enough.