Supplements to Consider as a Vegan


When choosing to live a vegan lifestyle, if you’re not careful, you won’t only stop consuming burgers and cheese, but also a decent portion of vitamins and nutrients, too. That is, unless you know how to properly find alternatives. If you’re vegan, here are three supplements you should consider adding to your regimen - if you haven’t already.


  1. Vitamin D3

Besides the sun, we typically get Vitamin D3 from meat or fish. Vitamin D3 plays a major role in helping fight disease, build the immune system, and reduce symptoms of depression. Vegans can up their D3 intake through a lichen D3 supplement.


  1. Vegan Protein Powder

While not impossible, it can be difficult for vegans to consume enough protein everyday. Vegan protein powders are a great way to easily fill in the gaps from whole foods. The catch? The protein must be a complete protein, meaning all amino acids are present. This allows for optimal absorption.


  1. Algae Oil

Omega-3s influence multiple aspects of one’s health, including helping lower blood pressure and boosting brain function. Typically omega-3s are consumed through fish. For vegans, it’s best to skip the fish and go straight to the source - algae.


Stop by your local Health Spot for some recommendations on the right supplements for you!



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