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Highlight Clip of Happy Hour with Ashelei: Pescatarian -> Vegetarian -> Vegan

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In this snippet, Ashelei covers the basics of a pescatarian, vegetarian, or vegan diet.
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In this snippet, Ashelei covers the basics of a pescatarian, vegetarian, or vegan diet. All three are pretty different and have their own health benefits.
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so pesky Syrian is a great way to keep your body healthy. It could be due to the lack of fat red meat, the high intake of fruits and veggies or heart healthy omega three fatty acids. From fish, it can carry a lot of health benefits. Vegetarianism has health benefits, such as reducing risk of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. To get the most out of a vegetarian diet, choose healthy. Plant based foods such as fruits, veggies, legumes, nuts and whole grains. And veganism has been known to help people lose weight. It helps maintain a healthy heart. It may offer protection against Type two diabetes and certain cancers. It can reduce pain from arthritis. So the more restrictive your diet is, the more challenging it can be. Um, to be sure your diet includes everything. Well, I'm sorry, the more challenging it could be to get all the nutrients you need. So you have to be sure your diet includes everything your body needs, so make sure you pay attention to the following nutrients. You need calcium, which helps maintain strong bones, milk and dairy, your highest and calcium. But sword dark green veggies like greens kill and broccoli, soy milk, tofu and cereals are other options. Vitamin D is important for bone health, and it's found in milk and some soy and rice. Milk protein helps maintain healthy skin, muscles and organs. Eggs and dairy are good sources, but you can also get protein from plant based foods such as meat substitutes, lagoons, lentils, nuts, seeds. Vitamin B 12 produces red blood cells and prevents anemia. It's found in animal products, so it can be difficult to get enough B 12 on a vegan diet. It's important to consider vitamin supplements. Ah, Mega three fatty acids are also important for heart health, fish, eggs or canola oil, so soy oil, walnuts, ground black seat and soybeans are great sources. Iron is a crucial component of red blood cells. Dried beans, peas, lentils, enriched cereals, whole grain products, dark leafy green vegetables, dried fruit or great sources. Toe help absorb iron each strawberries, Citrus fruits, tomatoes and cabbage and broccoli. Zinc can be found in cheese. If you eat dairy, I love cheese. Um, plant sources include whole grains, soy products, lagoons, nuts and wheat. Iodine helps regulate metabolism, growth and function of key organs. Vegans may not get enough iodine and maybe at risk. So if you're a vegan and you don't get enough iodine, just take 1/4 teaspoon of ion salt a day. And that will provide enough. So, you know, I'm talking about all this. Maybe you're thinking about it. Maybe you thought about it. So you wanna know how do I get started? Well, one way is to transition. So I didn't transition in the pesky Terrian ism. Literally. Me and my ex just started. And the way it started was he was like, Oh, we should stop eating pork And I immediately equivocated. Equivocated. Don't think that's the word. I immediately you know, soon as I said, pork Oh, we're giving up bacon like I love bacon. It was delicious. We literally a pack of maple flavored bacon like New Year's Eve because we started January 1st. So we did transition at all. We really just went cold turkey. Um, but I am transitioning into vegetarianism. So, like I said, I was eating fish and shrimp everyday. I did eat some meat substitutes, but I'm not as often now. For the last month, I've been eating meat substitutes, mostly every day. Um, and I said, You have to do that every day. I know a lot of vegetarians or vegans eat a lot of like, okay, veggies and fruits and stuff, but I'm transitioning. So, like I said, I started as a pesky terry in 2.5 years ago, and I'm slowly transitioning to vegetarian this summer by only eating seafood once a week. You can transition by gradually reducing the intake of meat in your diet while increasing your intake of fruits and veggies. So each week increase the number of meatless mills you already enjoy, such as spaghetti with just sauce. I love spaghetti with sauce. It's only meeting the meat, and I don't even miss it no more. You could do a veggie stir fry. You can find ways to include greens daily. Take your favorite recipes and try them without meat. Check the Internet for pesky Terrian vegetarian and vegan menus and check out restaurants in your city that cater to vegetarian and veganism. The more variety you bring into your diet, the more likely you'll be able to meet all your needs. How awesome is that? Guys like? Seriously, how awesome is that
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