Going flexitarian, vegetarian, or vegan for weight loss or good health? Know what to eat for plant-based weight loss and how to make delicious yet healthy vegetarian recipes and vegan meals. Get your plant-based food list and protein sources sans meat right here!
While following a plant-based diet can have many benefits, you won't be a picture of good health if you're missing key nutrients. Plant-based eating can hinder your absorption of certain vitamins and minerals, and you may need to consume higher amounts of certain nutrients than someone who regularly eats meat. Don't worry, though! I'm here to help. I'm explaining the science on two nutrients to make sure you're covering your bases, and I'm even topping off the advice with something sweet.
I've been a vegetarian for a more than half my life, and eating a nutritious and largely plant-based diet has become second nature for me. But it wasn't always that way, and I know firsthand how challenging it can be at first to eat a balanced plant-based diet. Wondering what following this type of diet really means and how it differs from vegan or vegetarian eating plans? Curious about delicious, go-to meal options—as well as ingredients dietitians recommend you keep in your pantry and fridge?
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Protein gives you energy, keeps your muscles strong, and helps you feel full. These are the reasons I include it at every meal and snack. Are you getting enough protein? Luckily, you can find protein in a variety of foods—even if you're not a meat eater! Wondering what I add to my plate when I need a little boost?
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