Follow A Diet Plan That Includes These Nutrients

The key vitamins for vegans to become easily deficient in are: B12 and D3. The minerals you need to boost are iron, zinc, iodine and calcium. Finally, the very important long-chain omega-3 oil. Make sure you follow a diet plan that includes these nutrients.

You see, becoming Vegan doesn’t necessarily mean to follow healthier, balanced diet. In fact, if you don’t want to think about what you eat to make sure you get all the key nutrients, you should re-think going vegan. There are people who become vegans because they care about animals but lack the discipline to follow a proper diet plan. These types of vegans are usually called junk-food vegans. Make sure you don’t become one of them…

Common Vegan Nutrient Deficiencies

The Answer Is In The Sea

The best source of plant-based omega 3 oil is from algae. Seaweed also contains plenty of iron, zinc and iodine and calcium. Chlorella and spirulina are the only known sources of plant-based B12. Besides 100g of spirulina yields 50-70% protein!

The only plant-based source of vitamin D3 is from lichen. Even lichen arises from algae or cyanobacteria living among filaments of multiple fungi in a symbiotic relationship. Luckily, there are plenty of lichen supplements available on the market.

All-In-One Nourishment Formula From the Land & Sea

100% Organic food supplement, registered with the Soil Association. The incredible ingredients that have been blended in these capsules are:

organic Seagreens® (Ascophyllum nodosum and Fucus vesiculosus),
organic artichoke, organic chlorella, organic green tea leaf,
organic spirulina, organic ashwagandha root and organic cayenne.

- Source of key nutrients for vegans: calcium, iron, iodine, zinc, vitamin B12 and long-chain Omega 3
- helps with alkalizing and detox

Allergy Info And Important Notes
- Gluten-free
- Kosher approved

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