Vegan Vitamins and Suppliments Buyer Guide – What You Need To Know.

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Introductory note: On the one hand, many people blow huge amounts of money on useless and overpriced vitamins. But on the other hand, well-chosen supplements offer an inexpensive and affordable way to avoid nutrient deficiencies and to safeguard your health. In creating this page, I’ve spent hours and hours combing Amazon.com to find the products of special interest to vegans. In all cases, I comparison shopped to find the brands that deliver the greatest bang for the buck. These are exactly the products I buy for myself.— Erik Marcus, Vegan.com publisher.

Vegans and omnivores alike should be on guard against nutrient deficiencies. For vegans, a well-planned diet can go a long way toward avoiding the most common pitfalls. That means plenty of vegetables, whole grains, beans, and fruit—plus a small amount of nuts or seeds each day. But even with all this taken care of, some vegans will fall short on a few key nutrients, especially B12, Vitamin D, calcium, iodine, protein, and zinc.

This guide brings together key information about supplements that are of special interest to vegans.

 

Check it all out at: https://www.vegan.com/vitamins/

 

 

One Response

  1. The only supplement I use is B12 Vitamin, the all rest is in raw fruits ( 80%), vegetables(15%, nuts, walnuts and seeds (5% per day).

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