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lissacoffey posted:
My advice - do not become a full out vegan, its hard work and you will struggle in the long run.It is absolutely essential that you get the important nutrients.
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KaaronVegan responded:
I've been vegan 8 years so far. I don't understand why anyone would consider it hard work. It's food, the same as other food. Ever eat a salad? Oooo, that's vegan! How about a Peanut butter sandwich. Ooooo, that's vegan. I'm 54, been vegetarian a total of 38 years so far, the last 8 vegan, I'm 5'4", 137 pounds, wear a size 4 and am somewhat muscular from weight training. Which Nutrients are you concerned that a vegan wouldn't get, because most omnivores who ask that never ever know where the heck they're getting their getting their Vitamin K or Selenium from for starters, and have no idea how much protein they are getting or should be getting for that matter.
 
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jadenmiller replied to KaaronVegan's response:
Green tea are one of the best appetite suppressant foods.The key ingredients of green tea like theobromine, caffeine, theophylline, saponins, epigallocatechin (EGCG) and a number of vitamins play a major role in providing the health benefits. The antioxidants are extremely effective in preventing cancer while antibacterial compounds boost up the immunity level.


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