Going vegan

Sullivan, Shelley
August 2006
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Aug2006, Issue 286, p72
The article focuses on the challenges of meeting the nutritional needs of vegans. Veganism excludes meat, fish and animal products from the diet. Vegans need to eat different protein sources during the day. They also need to find alternatives to the five nutrients found readily in animal foods than in plant foods.


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