Thirty days of going vegan is in the books and I have to say this one was a bit more difficult than keto for me as it took me out of my comfort zone. This Vegan 30 day challenge certainly surprised me in several ways and at the end of the day, I think it is a reasonable diet to follow as long as it’s planned adequately.
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Dr. Klaper explains vitamin d benefits and the importance of avoiding vitamin d deficiency. There are vitamin d foods that you can eat but most people are low vitamin d. He emphasizes the importance of getting natural sunlight as part of your healthy diet routine. Vitamin d3 is often derived from lanolin from sheep and is not vegan. There is vegan vitamin d2 on the market. Be careful that the gelatin is not animal-derived and is truly plant based.
Question: What type of Vitamin D3 supplement do you recommend? There are so many different types available.
Dr. Michael Klaper is an experienced physician, an internationally-recognized teacher, and sought-after speaker on health and wellness. He resolutely believes that proper nutrition — through a whole food plant based diet — and a balanced vegan lifestyle are essential for health. He offers health tips on vegan nutrition.
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Today’s video was a long one because it’s about a topic a BUNCH of you guys ask me about: supplements!
I got my local vegan Registered Dietitian, Dr. Pamela Fergusson to explain it all! What supplements do vegans need, and why? Can we get them from whole foods sources? What about B12, Vitamin D3, Omega 3 (specifically DHA/EPA), Zinc, Iodine, Calcium, Iron, and Protein?
If you’re interested in a specific nutrient (or if you’re coming back to refer to this video), I’ve left time stamps for you to learn about each different macro-nutrient:
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Should you take supplements as a vegan? I’m going to tell you exactly what I supplement as a vegan. A common misconception about vegetarian and vegan diets is that they require a lot of supplements to stay healthy. This is not the case, and with the possible exception of vitamin B12, all the nutrients you require can be found in both the vegan and vegetarian diets.
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NAVIGATION 00:00 – Why do people get crooked teeth? 1:10 – Why do 84% of vegans quit veganism? 2:13 – Humans’ shrinking skulls 5:16 – So why can’t we replace Meat? 9:00 – Does veganism harm gut health? 14:34 – What is humans’ default diet? 19:45 – Are Humans going to end up like the cats? 26:14 – Science can save us from having to eat meat, right? 30:45 – Vegans eat more processed food. Why that’s a problem 34:37 – Is Veganism bad for kids?
This whole creatine angle was something new to me. I had long worried about homocysteine levels being too high among those getting inadequate B12 intake, but didn’t realize there was potentially another potential mechanism for bring it down other than vitamin B intake. Let’s see if it pans out in my final video of the series: The Efficacy and Safety of Creatine for High Homocysteine (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-efficacy-and-safety-of-creatine-for-high-homocysteine).