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For body building-: -you need protein, and may veggies are high in protein such as beans and many more. Google proteins in vegetables and you can get a whole list as well as the amount of proteins. You need 50gms a day for maintenance so you will need to up this on workout days. Also nuts are a good source and a good snack. ...Read more
If done carefully: 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 dirt so should be supplemented. See www. Vegetarian-nutrition. Info/updates/vegan-diets-pros-cons. Php for more info. ...Read more
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 more
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 more
Know your facts: If you want to become a vegan for moral reasons, be sure you know exactly what you are doing, and take the supplements you need, or you will ruin your health quickly. You'll lose weight because your food doesn't taste as good, and meet fitness enthusiasts which is good. The vegan industry is full of both very good and upstanding people, and also shameless crooks and liars. Be smart & good luck. ...Read more
Vegan Diet includes Vegetable, fruits, grains, nuts, seeds. It does not include any dairy products.
Good Nutrition is necessary for having Energy to function well.
Grains are complex carbs that body uses for energy. Since they digest slowly, energy is lasting instead of spiked.
Both are Healthy part of Diet.
Cooked grains with some olive oil and spices give more flavor and taste. ...Read more
Moral high ground: In this era of factory farming, it's a conscientious choice but each of the big recent studies shows no health advantage or disadvantage of a supplementing vegan over an omnivore in longevity or any category of illness if you control for other health habits. A non-supplementing vegan will become seriously sick in a few months. Be discerning and recognize the huckstering & real caring about animals ...Read more
If done carefully: 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 for more info. ...Read more
Yes: If you have become a vegan for moral reasons, then I admire your choice. I trust you know that unless you know exactly how to supplement, you will ruin your health quickly. The vegan community is a mix of upstanding, scientifically-minded people and cynical, shameless liars and crooks. Make the decision that's right for you, and good luck. ...Read more
Get the facts: If you have become a vegan out of revulsion for factory farming of animals (which bothers me as well), then I admire you. But you must realize that if you do not know exactly what you are doing, you are certain to ruin your health. I assume you want to build muscle, and supplementing with cheap soy protein is your best bet. ...Read more
Yes: This can be a very healthy lifestyle provided that you supplement -- you will run low on B12 quickly, and may lack usable vitamin a, vitamin d, calcium, iodine, zinc, and iron. There is no magic -- the stuff that vegans eat isn't the stuff that the rest of us gorge on, so they stay thin. The other alleged benefits are hard to demonstrate scientifically as vegans tend to have other healthy habits. ...Read more
You MUST supplement: The decision to become a vegan is a moral one, rather than one that will benefit your health, despite all the huckstering. I admire and respect people who make this choice. However, if you do not supplement with a form of vitamin B12 that you can use, you will ruin your health, perhaps permanently, in a few months. You'll also need additional supplements; ask a good physician or dietician. ...Read more
It can be: Vegan lifestyle can be very healthy for a child if they are taking care to eat a variety of 8-10 servings of fruits/vegetables daily and getting a variety of whole grains and healthy sources of fats. It is still recommended that vegans supplement with a multivitamin out of a concern for low b vitamins. ...Read more
Tricky: Question as toddlers are notoriously picky and getting all required nutrients for growth and development with a restricted diet may be challenging. If you are very well educated on veganism and have consulted regularly with a doctor or nutritionist to determine protein and vitamin requirements for weight and age, you can be successful! Good luck. ...Read more
Vegan Diet does not include Meat and Dairy possibly due to their beliefs about animal protein or their unpleasant experience from eating meat.
If they are happy with their habit and getting Balanced Diet, they will not eat meat.
Some Vegans avoid going to restaurants serving meat, and not eating with those who are eating meat.
Some Vegans can become uncomfortable and feel tense if they eat meat ...Read more
Moral choice: A vegetarian / vegan will need to supplement for adequate overall nutrition, but this is easy. The food isn't as good so you eat less and stay leaner. Despite all the huckstering, the big studies show no better or worse statistics for longevity or any category of disease when you control for other stuff. You get to claim the moral high ground. Your physician or dietician can guide you. Your choice ...Read more
Many causes: That you are a vegan is of little consequence. The most common cause of gastritis is helicobacter; alcohol and medications are also important, and worry / physical stress can produce a gastritis as well. If you are a vegan because of revulsion to factory farming, then I admire you greatly. ...Read more
Get guidance: Being a vegan is a strong moral choice but the health claims made for the diet are for the most part not true and without supplementation, it is extremely dangerous. You're losing weight because you're not enjoying your food. Find SOMETHING you like to eat. If your personal physician is not comfortable advising you on supplementing, get with a competent guide who is. Good luck. ...Read more
More healthy carbs: If you're trying to gain weight on a vegan diet, I suggest increasing your intake of complex carbohydrates in the form of beans, quinoa, and complex grains. Also increase your intake of proteins such as hemp protein, g protein, brown rice protein, or soy protein. Plant-based that such as flaxseed, coconut oil and other polyunsaturated oils also increase healthy calories and result weight gain. ...Read more
Moral: The last few big studies have all shown no advantage or disadvantage for vegans versus omnivores in any category of illness, or in overall health or longevity when you control for the fact that they tend to have other healthy habits. There's a big moral advantage especially in the era of factory farming, with inhumane treatment of food animals. ...Read more
Vit B12 may drop: The vegan diet is complete and very healthy. All that is missing is B12 (cyanocobalamine), which comes only from animal food, or from vitamin supplements. Taking a multiple vitamin pill or better a higher dose B12 supplement by pill (or injection) is recommended. I like to test the B12 levels on my vagan patients just to be on the safe side. It is crucial to vary your types of vegetables etc. ...Read more