? Tag Someone Is Going Vegan⁠ ?⁠

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? Tag someone is going vegan⁠ ?⁠

New Vegan Advice by @davidclearyveganpt⁠

Eating a balanced Plant-based diet is key and this means a wide variety of nutritious plant-foods. A balanced approach to nutrition is essential in ensuring that you thrive long term on a plant-based diet. A balanced plant-based diet should be made up of an adequate quantity and variety of mostly who plant foods.⁠

Focus on the following groups;⁠

Fruit & Vegetables: leafy greens, cruciferous veggies & all fruits⁠

Legumes: Tofu, soy milk, beans, lentils, peanuts, etc.⁠

Nuts/seeds: Walnuts, brazil nuts, flax, chia, hemp, cashews, almonds, peanut⁠
butter, tahini⁠

Grains and Starchy vegetables: Rice, oats, wheat, potatoes, and sweet⁠

Focus on whole foods are foods closer to their original state as they were grown and therefore have not been processed in which good nutrients have been taken away or less healthy ingredients have been added i.e. whole wheat vs. refined flour.⁠

Including more protein-rich foods, such as beans, lentils, chickpeas, tofu, soya alternatives to milk and yoghurt and peanuts to boost your protein intake.⁠

Secondly, make sure you are consuming enough calories, It may seem challenging, as many vegan foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, are low in calories & fiber-rich, which can be filling. However, if you add enough high-calorie vegan foods, such as beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, avocados and soy products you can find enough calories to fill your daily requirements. ⁠

This can be especially important when trying to add muscle, the addition of 1-2 smoothies, protein powder & tofu can help hit your calorie and protein targets.⁠

Finally, ensure you have a source of B12, Vitamin D & Omega 3’s in your diet to prevent any deficiencies. ⁠

Any questions on a vegan diet comment below.⁠

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