In this time of COVID-19, we’re reminded to take vitamin and mineral supplements to help fight the virus. They’re essential nutrients our body needs to function well. On Med talk Health talk, we’ll give you the lowdown on what these vitamins and minerals do—where and how to get them and how much of each is enough – or too much.
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Supplements for vegan women // 10 Vitamins & Minerals Healthy Vegan Women Should Consider Taking
As a woman eating a vegan diet, or perhaps thinking about transitioning to one, you may wonder about the vitamins vegan women should take.
Many vegans strongly claim that a whole food, plant-based diet can easily meets all of your daily nutrient requirements. But healthcare professionals often warn vegans about the slew of nutrients that can’t be easily found on a vegan diet.
So with so many conflicting views, it can be easy to feel confused.
My hope is that this video can take a bit of that confusion away.
In it, I’ll cover the nutrients which you may have difficulty getting on a vegan diet, which supplements vegan women should consider taking and in which circumstances they may be most beneficial in.
Comprehensive article on the vegan supplements vegan women should take (including answers to FAQs): https://www.morethanjustveggies.com/8-vegan-supplements-for-moms/
To download your FREE printable vegan grocery list, scroll to the end of this article: https://www.morethanjustveggies.com/vegan-grocery-list/
For a list of iron-rich foods: https://www.morethanjustveggies.com/iron-rich-plant-foods/
For a free mini-course on what to eat for a healthy vegan pregnancy: https://www.morethanjustveggies.com/free-email-course/
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As with most any medical condition, nutrition can assist your body in healing or even avoiding varicose veins.
1. Be sure to get your minerals & vitamins in your diet.
2. Vitamin C helps to repair and maintain veins.
3. Copper helps protect blood vessels.
4. Fiber can reduce stress in your veins.
Visit our website at stjohnsvein.com to learn more or to schedule a consultation. Access our FREE resourceful download on Minerals & Vitamins that Help Heal or Thwart Varicose Veins.
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