Vegan Diet Plan For Balanced Nutrition – Are You Eating The Right Foods?

Vegan Diet Plan For Balanced Nutrition – Are You Eating The Right Foods?

A vegan diet plan often gets criticized as being extreme and restrictive. Even if you look and feel incredibly healthy, people can be critical. It can be frustrating, …


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  1. timesmash

    I'm not vegan, but this video is still great info for me, if I keep moving in that direction. I still eat dairy, fish, eggs, and some bullion, but I avoid other meat. I drink non-dairy milk and use earth balance margarine. It's a start. Not sure how far I will take it, but I admire vegans and the way they eat. Subscribed to your channel and to B-12 and D supplements 🙂

  2. VeganDietPlan

    Hello #UN#,
    When anyone that is not a vegetarian hears the word "Vegetarian Meal Plan," they often think "Rabbit Food" or possibly believe that to themselves, "I failed to climb to the peak with the food chain to become vegetarian!"

  3. Hayley1518

    Since I've been vegan since May 1st, 2012, I've noticed that my nails are stronger and the calcium deposit(not sure if that's what it is called, calling it that) on my nails is gone. That white stuff in nails and I don't have the dry skin hangers around my nails. They really look beautiful and healthy. Is that something you noticed and is that a good thing? 🙂

  4. Morg Del

    With fortified foods, I'd be worried that there might be something in the food that may block absorption of the nutrient in question. Also, with B vitamins in general, B vitamins can block other B vitamins, so it's important to get the proper ratio of B vitamins for them to be absorbed properly so my doctor (who is also my father LOL) recommends taking a B "complex" supplement (one that you like) every once in a while.

  5. RosElisabeth

    Awesome. This was my question. We always have vanilla almond or soy milk in the apartment. Having a glass, or a bowl of cereal with this should suffice, no? I have liquid b12, but have stopped using it because I have the fortified milk alt.

  6. Beth Grant-DeRoos

    Sadly being vegan isnt possible in remote Alaska areas. Vegan works best if someone had the funds to buy more food, including fresh fruits/vegetables. Thankfully its easier for me because I live in CA and because of a big vegetable garden.

  7. DextersRuffLife

    can you give recipes for some really healthy vegan smoothies that taste good and have lots of nutrients in them too? smoothies always help me with my sweet tooth but i want to know if there are tricks to adding more nutrients into them (leafy greens, etc) without them tasting bad! thanks!

  8. rawcrave

    I remember when I did not like veggies before, now I love them. I even crave them now. I while ago I ate something I use to eat and it was horrible I could not believe I use to like it. Thanks for sharing.

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