Vegan Supplements

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Which Supplements Should Vegans Take?

There are many health benefits to being on a vegan diet, however, research suggests that excluding certain food groups can cause deficiencies in a number of key nutrients and minerals. If you're on a vegan diet, some of the main supplements you should be considering are protein, vitamin B12 and omega-3. These are naturally more prominent in meat, fish and dairy, and therefore might be lacking in a vegan diet. Other key nutrients to consider include vitamin D, calcium, zinc, iodine, and selenium, without forgetting iron supplements which are designed to reduce fatigue.

Vegan Vitamins

There are a number of vegan vitamins available which are designed to ensure you have all the key nutrients you need. The good news is many supplements in general are also now vegan-friendly so you don't have to miss out! These max strength organic turmeric tablets are suitable for vegans and are designed to provide relief for joint and muscle pain whilst also improving general well-being. If you're someone who likes to workout then you can even get vegan protein powder! Normally made with the likes of soy or pea protein, vegan protein powder allows you to reap the benefits of standard protein powder without the animal product.

Vegan Collagen

Collagen is an amino acid made by our bodies which is designed to support our skin, bones, teeth, muscles and more. If you're looking to get more collagen into your diet then you'll be pleased to know that there are many vegan collagen-promoting supplements on the market. These may include vitamin C which is designed to regulate the collagen synthesis process in the body as well as BCAAs which are the 'building blocks' of muscle protein. Additionally, vegan collagen can come in the form of amino acids such as glycine, lysine, and proline.

Vegan Omega 3

Omega-3 plays a vital part in keeping our heart, brain, joints and eyes healthy. Coming from external sources, omega-3 is most prominent in fish oil however, there are plenty of plant based sources available. You can boost your intake by adding vegan omega-3 supplements to your diet. Alternatively, the best vegan sources of omega-3 include chia seeds, brussel sprouts, hemp seeds, walnuts, edamame beans and flaxseed.