How to Prevent Deficiencies on a Vegan Diet

This video looks at protein, B12, DHA, calcium, and many other nutrients and how to get enough of them on a vegan diet.
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Tia Blanco’s Blood Test Video:

Nutrients Vegans Get More Of Quote Source:

2016 Position on Vegetarian Diets:

Vegan Blood Protein Levels Higher than Omnivores:

Vegan B12 Recommendation Backup:

Nori Contains B12 Study:

Nori Raised Rat B12 Levels:
B12 Rat:

DHA 150-300 mg – Various Authorities/Countries:

DHA Low Conversion 2%:
Average Conversion 3.8%:
High Conversion 9%:

Recommendations to Take DHA 2-3 Times a Week:

Iron with Vitamin C:

Heme Iron Implicated Carcinogen:

1 million get sick from salmonella in the US:

Zinc Resource:

Vegan, Vegetarian, and Omnivore Zinc Levels:

UV Exposed Mushrooms Equal Vitamin D Supplement:

Mushrooms Darken with Exposure:

WHO Calcium:

212 Studies Study on Calcium:

Calcium Supplements No Longer Recommended:

Kresser on K2:

Sauerkraut Source of K2 Study:

Vegans 42% less heart disease mortality, etc:

Esselstyn’s Clinical Trial on Cardiovascular Disease:

Vegan Bone Density Equal:

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