Tips for Vegans

More and more people are choosing to become vegan, and although this lifestyle could be beneficial to your health, it does put you at risk for multiple nutritional deficiencies if not followed correctly. More specifically, those who follow a vegan diet are at risk of not consuming enough protein, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, calcium and vitamin B12, as all of these nutrients are commonly found in meat, seafood and dairy. Below is an article providing great tips on how to ensure you are consuming adequate amounts of each of these very important nutrients while still following a vegan diet.

Tips for vegans: 5 crucial nutrients and how you can get them |


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