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It is no wonder why as Vegans are one of the hottest diet topics for many people for many different reasons. Some do it for animals, some do it for the environment and others for health reasons. Unfortunately, following a diet based exclusively on plants may put some people at a higher risk of nutrient deficiencies. This is especially true when vegan diets are not well planned.
In this video I will give you healthy foods that vegans can consume to obtain all the protein, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients needed for optimal health.
Vegans do not eat meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, or any foods containing them. A vegan diet relies on plant-based foods including fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. A vegan diet can be a healthful and nutritionally adequate diet; however, a vegan must make sure they eat enough foods with protein, calcium, iron, vitamin B12, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Here’s what do vegans eat
No 1: fruits and vegetables.
Fruits and veggies are probably the most common and frequent food category that vegans eat as they offer many different choices to try besides their high vitamin content. Single fruits, salads, veggie sticks, dips, stir-fried veggies are just a few of the many choices you can eat as a vegan.
No 2: Beans and legumes.
Since the vegan diet completely lacks of any animal protein, beans and legumes can function as good protein replacements. You can eat for example, white beans, kidney beans, peas, black eyed peas, chickpeas, lentils, broad beans and other legumes for your daily protein intake.
No 3: Soy products
Soy is very popular in vegan diets because of it is a high protein and very versatile food that is used to make soy milk, tofu, yogurts, cheese and other soy products you can use in all your main meals like breakfasts, salads, sandwiches and desserts. Look up in your local health food store or supermarket and you’ll find plenty of soy products to incorporate in your vegan meals.
No 4: Grains
Grains like oatmeal, breads, tortillas, and pastas are great sources of carbs and fiber which aid digestion and keep you feel fuller for longer. However, it’s best to go for whole wheat grains and not refined ones as these are the healthiest and contain the most nutrients.
No 5: Other extra foods
Other foods that you can eat in a vegan diet to increase your energy and nutrient intake are nuts and seeds or spreads like popcorn, pumpkin seeds, pecans, sprouts and so on.
Hummus, tahini, and nut butters will also help spike your protein levels besides making ordinary veggies taste more filling.
A vitamin that many vegans tend to lack, and perhaps you’ve already heard of is B-12. B-12 is commonly found in most animal protein sources so when people are switching to a full vegan diet, the levels of this vitamin will inevitably drop. However, you can take it by consuming fermented and fortified foods or diet supplements that contain b-12.
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