It's A Vegan Thang!Regular price $39.99
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With over 14 years of nutrition & coaching experience, this has allowed me to put together a complete guide of recipes. All of my clients practice flexible dieting – the scientifically-proven method that enables them and you to eat anything (yes, anything) and still accomplish their fitness goals. If you have never tried to go vegan, you may not recognize how easy it can be. Those following a vegan diet have to take extra precautions to get all of the essential vitamins and nutrients, particularly protein. Nutritionists say most adults should get about 15% of their daily calories from protein. Beans, legumes, soy-based products, and many other vegan ingredients will help get you there, and you won't believe how little you will end up missing meat and other animal products.
Like any other lifestyle change, you may need some direction before you go vegan to ensure you're hitting your nutrition goals. Vegans are susceptible to unhealthy diet habits as anyone else. For that reason, the best vegan recipes you will make are for meals you and your family will enjoy. Before long, you'll be an expert vegan chef. These 40 recipes will have you well on your way!
- Vegan diets only include plant-based foods.
- Research has shown that vegan or vegetarian diets rich in plant-based foods are associated with lower LDL cholesterol, improved blood glucose, and enhanced blood pressure.
- There are a few nutrients that individuals following a vegan diet should be mindful of getting enough of, including vitamin B12, calcium, iron, and certain omega-3 fatty acids.
Vegan diets are comprised up of only plant-based foods. This type of diet includes fruits, vegetables, soy, legumes, nuts, and nut butters, plant-based dairy alternatives, sprouted or fermented plant foods and whole grains. Vegan diets don’t include animal foods like eggs, dairy, meat, poultry, or seafood. They also avoid animal byproducts such as honey (made by bees) and lesser-known animal-based ingredients like whey, casein, lactose, egg white albumen, gelatin, carmine, shellac, animal-derived vitamin D3, and fish-derived omega-3 fatty acids.
- Detailed calorie & macronutrient profiles for every recipe
- Includes recipes for all eating types e.g. dairy-free, gluten-free, low carb and vegetarian
- Contains a weekly shopping list that lets you shop effortlessly for healthy recipe ingredients
- Includes a weekly meal planner so you can efficiently and effectively follow the recipes