Nutrition is Possible With Vegan Diet

Khan, Ayesha
August 2011
News India Times;08/26/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 34, p2
The author discusses how vegan diet can lead to a healthy life. She stresses the importance of planning a diet that has all the nutritional supplements to avoid deficiencies. She emphasizes that despite that the success of a vegan diet lies in enjoying variety of foods, it can deprive an individual with some essential vitamins and minerals. She also stresses the benefits of a vegetarian diet for overall health and wellness.


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