no... taking opiate on a empty stomach doesn't make them work better either, these are just street folklore that has become popular over the years.
Actually, when you eat your liver release enzymes to metabolize what you eat so taking med after or while eating actually is more effective..
Skipping meals will not have an effect on the suboxone. You try and eat as normally as you can though so that you have some energy to do some walking or light weight lifting. You should do some walking especially the first 6 months or so on suboxone as it helps produce endorphins which makes us feel normal and good... Dave
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