The Vegan Diet

Rustyn Orbison and Rebekah Russell

What is a true Vegan Diet?

A true vegan diet consists of no eggs, milk, meat, fish, poultry or anything else that comes from animals. The nutrients that we normally get from these food are taken from vitamin supplements, protein supplements and other dietary supplements.

Side Effects of Vegan Dieting

Some side effects of vegan dieting are drastic weight loss, many vitamin supplements, too much fiber, mess up the lining of the stomach due to all of the plant based foods, body changes and may not be able to absorb nutrients well, and you must stay hydrated all day!

One Day Meal Plan

Other Important Facts

What else do I need to know if i want to go Vegan?

Vegan diets are low in saturated and trans fats, reducing heart disease risk. Drastic changes in your bodies ability to absorb nutrients is also important. If you plan on going vegan, you should probably learn to read a food label. watch out! Vegans aren't considered in food menus at restaurants.