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Sipz Vegan Restaurant Nutrition Information
I've been vegetarian for a year. A restaurant put beef in a dish they said was "vegan crumbles found out after profuse vomiting. Why did I vomit so?
Some restaurants are serving sweet potato fries instead of regular french fries. How do their nutritional values compare?
Can people usually ask for the nutrition facts when they go to fast food restaurants when they ask for the menus?
Not so much: When going to "fast food" restaurants, people are often in too much of a hurry to ask about nutrition facts before buying and gobbling. More and more such restaurants are posting this information, though -- so you can look it up online before going. In some cases it's right on each item on the menu when you get there.
Am type1diabetic, hv tried to find app that shows diff. Restaurants w/nutrition info since count carbs (religiously!); help w/ spec. App=restaur.=crbs?
Local Problem: I do not believe that mississippi forces restaurants to display and supply their nutrition information like other states do. But that would be a local matter that those of us on health tap cannot provide.
What is a good book that explains how to get most of my nutrition (I know I will have to supplement) from a VEGAN diet...preferably with recipes???
Nutritional guide: Prescription for Nutritional Healing by: Phyllis A. Balch CNC you can find copies at any local GNC store general nutrition store in your area---it is was helpful and informative
I am a very nutrition/health-conscious vegan, but I constantly find myself feeling drained and fatigue through out the day. How can I help myself?
If you are not: Eating properly you will fell fatigue. Please start by seeing your doctor. After that a nutritionist can be helpful. Spectracell lab in Texas has a great nutritional lab test. Peace and good health.
Non-fried foods: Restaurant foods are often not made to be healthy but are made to taste good so customers will return. That means restaurant foods will have more oil, more salt, or more sugar than home-made foods. Grilled chicken breast is good, but usually the menu item is fried chicken strips. Spaghetti with red sauce is ok, unless the sauce is too oily. A hamburger without mayo; with steamed veggies is ok.See 3 more doctor answers
Yes and no: 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 warned.
Check these sites: They don't give us enough space here to fully answer to your question but here are links to some excellent websites that will give you great guidance & provide quality information on starting a healthy vegan diet: http://www.21daykickstart. Org/http://www. Vrg. Org/nutshell/vegan. Htm, http://www. Veganoutreach. Org/guide/index. Html, http://vegandietguy. Com/ and http://www. Happycow. Net/vegan_diet. Html.
Several good ones: There are many good websites that provide quality information on how to have a healthy vegan diet. See http://www. Vrg. Org/nutshell/vegan. Htm, http://www. Veganoutreach. Org/guide/index. Html, http://vegandietguy. Com/ http://www. Happycow. Net/vegan_diet. Html and http://www.21daykickstart. Org/.
Get treated!: Finish treatment before going back to work.
Research: Vegan can be a healthy way of life but you need to do it smartly. Research the issue - and see if you are up for that. It should not be approached in a haphazard manner. Take care.
Good Luck with That: The western diet relies heavily on salt for seasoning. And restaurants don't hold back at all. Try this: 1. Never eat from the bread basket (breads, cakes, pancakes, etc. Are full of salt). 2. Avoid creamy, cheesy sauces. 3. Avoid restaurants that use pre-prepared starters (usually your chains, diners) 4. Avoid smoked meats and deli cuts. 5. No salad dressings (usae oil and vinegar).See 1 more doctor answer
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 animalsSee 1 more doctor answer
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