Benefits of a vegan diet
Slimming and weight loss
Blood sugar control and improvement of type 2 diabetes
Maintaining heart health
Lowering high blood pressure
Reduction of LDL and cholesterol
Reducing the risk of developing or dying from cancer
Reduction of arthritis symptoms such as pain, joint swelling and morning stiffness
Reducing the risk of poor kidney function
Reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease
Take care of your health
Vegetarians are more at risk of anemia, vitamin B12, vitamin D, omega-3, iron, iodine, calcium, zinc, especially it may be dangerous for pregnant, lactating people and children.
One way to minimize the chance of a deficiency is to limit the amount of canned plant foods you eat and choose nutrient-dense plant foods instead.
Fortified foods, especially those fortified with calcium, vitamin D, and vitamin B12, should also be on people’s plates. Also, vegetarians who want to increase iron and zinc absorption should eat fermented, sprouted, and cooked foods. to try
Also, using iron utensils for cooking, avoiding tea or coffee with food and combining iron-rich foods with a source of vitamin C can increase iron absorption.