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nutrient deficiency

  1. The Best Vegan Iodine Sources for a Plant-Based Diet

    The Best Vegan Iodine Sources for a Plant-Based Diet

    Iodine is an essential mineral that we typically get from our diets, and it plays a vital role in our hormone balance. Read on to find out why idone is important, the symptoms of deficency, and why those folllowing vegan diets need to be mindful of their idone intake.

  2. The Best Vegan B12 Supplement to Support a Plant-Based Diet

    The Best Vegan B12 Supplement to Support a Plant-Based Diet

    Learn why vegans are concerned about B12 deficiency and the top sources and supplements they’re using to get enough B12 into their vegan diet.

  3. The Best Vegan Multivitamin Doesn’t Come in a Pill

    The Best Vegan Multivitamin Doesn’t Come in a Pill

    Often, people trying a plant-based diet for the first time will rely on easy, but highly-processed, vegan food options since they tend to be slightly less intimidating than crafting a meat-free meal of their own. Unfortunately, this can quickly lead to a diet void of important vitamins and minerals. Over time, this lack of micronutrients can take a major toll on our wellbeing and can lead to some serious health repercussions.

  4. Are Vegan Sources of Choline Enough?

    Are Vegan Sources of Choline Enough?

    Only 11% of adults in the U.S. have an adequate intake of the essential micronutrient choline. Vegans and vegetarians get even less, which is why vegan health and choline has been a hot topic lately.

  5. What are the Best Liquid Bariatric Vitamins?

    What are the Best Liquid Bariatric Vitamins?

    If you’ve had bariatric weight loss surgery, you know how important it is to take care of your new body. Diet, exercise, and the best bariatric vitamins are essential for your healthy recovery (which takes a lot longer than you think) and to keep your new and improved body in top shape. There are a lot of vitamins out there, so how do you know which one is right for you? Here are a few things to keep in mind when doing your research...

  6. Folate: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage & Deficiency Symptoms

    Folate: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage & Deficiency Symptoms

    If you are or you know someone who is pregnant, it is important for the baby’s health that mom is eating a proper and nutritious diet. Folate is one of the most important nutrients that mom will eat for her growing baby. Without this vitamin or without enough of it, the baby is at risk for serious neural tube defects that can even be life threatening. Read on to understand why folate is so important, where you can get it, and how much you should be receiving.

  7. Why Micronutrients Are Needed for Your Health and How to Get Them (Even if Fruits and Vegetables Have Become Less Nutritious)

    Why Micronutrients Are Needed for Your Health and How to Get Them (Even if Fruits and Vegetables Have Become Less Nutritious)

    Have fruits and vegetables become less nutritious? In other words, can you get the micronutrients you need to stay healthy from food alone? Micronutrients are needed for many important functions in your body. But it’s becoming harder to get them from food alone. Due to modern agricultural and shipping practices, nutrient deficiency in plants is becoming more commonleading to more individuals who have a nutrient deficiency. This is true even among those who are very health conscious and eat what should be a highly nutritious diet.

  8. Nutrient Deficiencies are Widespread in U.S.

    Nutrient Deficiencies are Widespread in U.S.

    As a health-conscious individual, you probably try to live a balanced life as much as possible. However, the stresses of every day life can make it tough to keep up with any new diet, let alone one that emphasizes cell health through nutritional supplements that boost telomere health. But even without these vitamins, you might think that as long as you try your best to eat an average diet, you’ll get along just fine.

    According to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, even the perceived “balanced diet” of most Americans may leave you woefully deficient in several nutritional categories critical to everything from cell health to the beauty of your skin. 

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