Vegan gluten-free

I plan to change my diet to a vegan diet without gluten. I know it's hard, but it is so much healthier. Are there people who eat like already? And if so, can you tell me some of the pros and cons and if you think I should do. And no stupid answers like "smelly farts". After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. I'm vegan for 13 years, but I never completely gluten free. Reduce gluten is a good idea, since we get too much gluten (and corn) in our modern foods. For vegan diet: This is a great cleansing diet in the short term, unless you eat a lot of food preparation "vegan". Disadvantages: You do not have near enough saturated fat, which is the building block of cell walls You do not have enough cholesterol, which is a defense mechanism and repair of Agriculture is a greater threat for the environment (what with use of water, pesticides, herbicides, etc.) that sustainable local meats that are properly raised and slaughtered properly. Most of these chemicals are tested on animals, such as GMOs, etc. Meat eaters have lower triglycerides and less liver cirrhosis. There are currently no vegan food containing B12 absorbable. Vegans tend to eat large amounts of soy, which can cause problems of estrogen. To make processed foods "Vegetarians are delicious," manufacturers load them with MSG and artificial flavors that mimic the taste of meat. If you cook from scratch, it is difficult to satisfy all taste buds with dishes that do not have food of animal origin. The umami taste is designed to be satisfied with food of animal origin. Some vitamins are fat soluble, and it is difficult to absorb on a vegan diet. A brief thought: The cows are slaughtered not only put the steak on the table, but to get the components used in soaps, shampoos, cosmetics, plastics, pharmaceuticals, waxes (such as candles and crayons ), modern building materials and hydraulic brake fluid for aircraft. The membrane that vibrates your phone contains beef gelatin. So, to avoid hypocrisy, vegetarians should also refrain from using anything plastic, talking on the phone, flying in airplanes, leaving their children use crayons, and live or work in modern buildings. When I was vegan, I was not a "vegan chips." I did it right, just like all the books told me. I was always sick very often had stomach aches terrible, lethargic, had crazy weight fluctuations, and got very foggy mentally. I'm still recovering from it. I also sterile. Do what you think is best for you, but as a person with great personal experience, I recommend it.

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3 replies on “Vegan gluten-free”

  1. Jasmine Robot says:

    No vegan diet is a healthy diet. It is simply not a food complet.Qui say that? Jack Norris, a vegan dietitian recommends that each vegan supplements (pills or shots) diet for B2, B6, B12, iodine, vitamin D, calcium, zinc and take a supplement of DHA per day. Now, how can you say a healthy diet is needed for this kind of supplements Another vegan dietitian, Ginny Messina, said: “Vegans should supplements or fortified foods, and admitting that the vegan diet n ' is not automatically pure perfection is much better than getting sick. “

  2. Wizard Masterson says:

    I eat vegan and mostly gluten free, but not completely. It is very easy at home, but almost impossible to find anything in a restaurant. Most dishes are meat or fish, those who do not have dairy or wheat. You will really only be able to eat salads if you are going to eat. However, I think that's the only negative (and perhaps the fight against cravings – I'm a major addict bread). Looks like you already know the health benefits, so I will not go into them, but I love eating this way because I know I use my effective system to provide my body the fuel it needs to be strong and fight the disease, not only to eat things because they taste good and are convenient. As an added bonus, you will not be contributing to the torture and suffering of helpless creatures. Just be sure to eat full of fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains and add green smoothies to your daily menu.

  3. Grace says:

    The biggest con of being a veg-head is not able to eat steak or bacon.Mmmmmm – steak and bacon. . . . . . . . .

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