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How to Be an Informed Vegan

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Beans, Legumes

Plant-based diets are currently the trend toward eating healthy. Some people may try to convert to a vegan diet for various reasons: health, animal welfare, helping the environment,  religious restrictions. However, there are several problem nutrients (vitamin D, calcium, vitamin B12) that come to mind if you are not an informed vegan.  Plant proteins like beans and legumes are essential.

The following article can increase awareness on how to become a “smart” vegan and avoid any nutritional deficiencies that may occur.


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