Vegan Diet: Vegan Recipes For Vegetarians Which Are Really Good by Sam Esther

Vegan Recipes For Vegetarians Which Are Really Good

Vegan diet: vegan recipes for vegetarians which are really good


this book you’re probably thinking of starting a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, or at least cutting down your meat consumption and why wouldn’t you? Vegetarian diets have been all over the media recently. They are touted as the latest way to get slim and to get healthy. Do you know why? Because they work.

For instance, have an impulsive desire for chocolate? It means our body might actually be craving magnesium which can be found in seeds, nuts, fruit and Legumes. Are you craving for sweet or sugary foods? Then your body might require carbon, sulfur, phosphorus or chromium. These vitamins are found in fresh fruits and broccoli just to name a few.

If you want to lower your cholesterol, prevent heart disease and lose weight, eating the right food is the best medicine. Eating healthfully is a challenge for those with fast-paced lives; many studies have shown that vegans seem to have a lower risk of heart attack, obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, and some forms of cancer. Lots of people have cut out dairy, meat and oils and seen remarkable results. 

If you are ready to take action and change your life for the better, this book will definitely guide you in the right direction!


Genre: COOKING / General

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / General

Language: English

Keywords: Vegan Diet, vegetarian diet, vegan recipes, detox, weight loss, ketogenic diet, low carb recipes

Word Count: 8544

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Sample text:

The secret to any healthy diet such as a vegan diet is to know how to enjoy a selection of foods. There is no such thing as one food that can give your body all the nutrients. The more you follow a restricted diet, the more it will be a challenge for you to get the essential nutrients. For instance, a vegan diet removes most natural sources of vitamin B12. You also reduce your chances of benefiting from calcium from dairy products.


Through planning carefully, you will be able to make sure that you include the nutrition that your body needs. Here are the essential nutrients that you need to keep in mind:


1)Calcium will help you maintain and build strong bones and teeth. Dairy products and milk are the best sources of calcium. But if you are a vegan, you could opt for plant sources such as dark green vegetables, collard greens, broccoli, kale and turnip.


2)Iodine can help regulate metabolism and assist in functioning key organs. Some vegans will have difficulty in meeting the body’s iodine requirements which means there is a higher risk of iodine deficiency and goiter. Plus, cruciferous vegetables, sweet potatoes and soybeans can promote goiter. You could opt for iodine supplements, iodine salt, certain kinds of seaweeds, strawberries and navy beans.


3)Iron is a very important aspect of red blood cells. Excellent sources of iron are lentils, dark leafy vegetables, and dried fruits.


4)Omega-3 fatty acids are crucial for your heart’s health. But vegan diets exclude eggs and fish; you could opt for other sources of essential fatty acids such as soy oil, canola oil, ground flaxseed, soybeans and walnuts

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