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Thursday, August 6, 2015

How Vegetarians Can Avoid Common Nutrient Deficiencies

Previous research has demonstrated that people who eat a strictly plant-based diet may suffer from subclinical protein malnutrition, which means you're also likely not getting enough dietary sulfur.
By eliminating all animal foods you also run the very real risk of a number of other nutrient deficiencies, as some simply cannot be obtained from plant foods.

The featured article by Authority Nutrition lists seven such nutrients you need to make sure you're taking in supplement form should you decide to adopt a strict plant-based diet.

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