I always thought that going vegan is really healthy. And why not, my friends go raw vegan diet for weight loss and they do well. But after some thought, well they followed the diet only during those years or months that they want to lose some of the weight. But here’s what I found out.
I’ve been doing some reading about going vegan. Then it hit me that going “hardcore” vegan is not at all healthy. Why? because you are losing all those necessary protein and fat-soluble vitamins a and d. Do you remember raw mom? Well, guess what? She’s no longer a vegan. And she went through it the hard way to finally realize that her body is missing out on a lot of vitamins and minerals essential for her teeth and bones. Want to watch the video? See below.
Veganism Is Not Sustainable
We will live in a world of fitness commercials and health magazines. But beyond that, we want to learn about better nutrition and healthy diets that would work best for.
Vegan is someone who follows a diet that contains no animal meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, or any other food that comes from animals. They differ from vegetarians who generally still eat dairy and eggs as part of their diets. Vegans also abstain from using any other products that come from animals, such as honey and leather jackets. Please note that veganism is far different from being a vegetarian. Vegetarians still eat dairy and poultry products.
For many reasons, I’d say that going vegan is not at all healthy because you are depriving yourself of essential vitamins and minerals that your body needs. These are vitamins A, D, K2, and B12. So if you are a vegan and you start seeing unusual hair loss and unhealthy teeth, you must rethink your diet.
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