I’ve recently become a vegan but I haven’t gotten the gist of what to eat. Is there anything specific that I should?
There really isn’t anything specific–you should just make sure you are getting enough vitamins. It is good to try and eat a variety of grains, greens, fruits, nuts, vegetables, and beans so that your body gets the right amino acids to make complete proteins though.
You’ve certainly heard the expression many times, “You are what you eat.” Have you ever really thought about what it means? And do you think about it when you’re making food choices? What do vegetarians Eat
Think Mohawk touched on most. I’m a big fan of beans and quinoa. Also a variety of fruits and vegetables, love trying new ones I haven’t before.
Have you ever tried a vegan shake or meal replacement drink? I drink one quite often that is loaded with vitamins and taste pretty good. If you are interest in learning more send me a message
You can eat legumes, which are really rich in various vitamins and also rich in fiber, which is great for brain.
Whole grains, legumes, fruits, veggies, nuts. My favorites are rice and beans, hummus, falafel, and baked tofu. Mmmmm…tofu.
Google “quick vegetarian recipes” or something like that to get some ideas. Come on, on this internet age, info is out there, you need to grab it
A vegan diet relies on plant-based foods including fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. A vegan diet can be a healthful and nutritionally adequate diet; however, a vegan must make sure they eat enough foods with protein, calcium, iron, vitamin B12, and omega-3 fatty acids. You refer vegan books to gain better insight to vegan diet and eating. Also see here- http://community.localmasters.com/lm_questions/vegan-books-healthy-eating/
Eat more bananas and drink plenty of water.