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What is "g protein", what are vegan sources (food or..?) to get it, & how many daily units for women? (re: post, "if you're trying to gain weight")
Protein: G of protein refers to grams of protein. A person needs about 60-70 grams per day to gain weight, depending upon gender and age and body size. Egg white is superior to all. Quinoa is excellent. Beans and lentils are excellent. Milk protein is excellent. Whole grains are good but not sufficient. Nuts are excellent. Yogurt is excellent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Be careful: You will die miserably and slowly if you consume only foods of vegetable origin without supplementing. If you feel morally superior or physically more vigorous as a vegan, do it -- but you will need to supplement. Without carnivores, the surface of the earth would be nothing but a layer of bacteria -- yet I am sickened by the way factory-farmed animals are treated. It's your choice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been a vegan for a while, but I don't feel as good as I should, I think. I've been considering going raw and eating cooked for dinner. opinion?
Vegan: i don't this eating raw foods will make you better. eating vegan in its own right can be a problem. Are you getting enough nutrients in your diet. How is your protein content, your vitamin A, D, E, K. Your B complex vitamins, and most importantly your iron intake. You may have a deficiency. Eating raw food may make you prone to acquiring a bacterial infection, because its not cooked. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
None: There are no physical or medical contraindication to being a vegan, as long as you make efforts to obtain all of your complete proteins, nutrients and vitamins through a well balanced diet and poss. Supplements if necessary; also call ahead to restaurants if unsure of their desire or ability; most will be accommodating! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Perhaps a bit: A good question without an easy answer. Carnivorous & vegetarian animals have differing anatomy & physiology & it can be argued that humans have more in common with vegetarians, but actually our features are most consistent with omnivores. See http://rense.Com/general20/meant.Htm. But being peaceful may also be against our nature, but that doesn't mean it's a bad idea. Vegan diets can be healthy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: You have the moral high ground & are watching your diet. The health benefits of any form of vegetarianism have resisted demonstration in the major scientific studies largely because vegetarians tend to have other healthy lifestyle considerations. You must supplement as a vegan or you will ruin your health quickly. Adopting this lifestyle also makes it much harder for you to be a good guest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You and others.: You will become healthier when you stop poisoning your body with meat, milk and eggs. The global effect of reducing methane in the atmosphere and local effect of reducing fecal pollution in the groundwater is great for public health. The effect on the health of the chicken, cow, pig, lamb, fish, etc. Is immeasurable. Don't let meat eaters make you think veganism is dangerous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Near vegan since 2/11 (less than three oz of animal prdt a week). My cholest. Dropped 100 pts. I'm 55 & take a good multi . Should I have other tests?
Vegan diet: With good balance, this is a very healthy diet. The nutritional factors you might want to consider are those that come for most people with meat such as iron, vitamin b12, and vitamin d (depending on whether you drink milk or dairy products). Congratulations on your success with your cholesterol! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've searched other places but the answers werent very clear i just wanted to know what kind of changes good&bad will my body go through by going vegan?
It depends: There is limited research but a careful vegan diet can be very healthy; vegan diets reduce risk of obesity, high blood pressure, lower cholesterol & likely reduce cancer risk. However, certain nutrients such as vitamin b12, carnitine, taurine & dha are difficult to obtain with a vegan diet so should be supplemented. See www.Vegetarian-nutrition.Info/updates/vegan-diets-pros-cons.Php & my comment:. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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