What fats can I eat as a vegan? How much fat do I need? Do I need to avoid oil? What about palm oil?
If you’re looking for the answer to any of these questions, you’re in the right place!
In this post we will discuss the importance of eating fats, the main types of fats, which sources of fat are vegan, which of these foods are the healthiest, and nutrition recommendations for optimal fat intake on a vegan diet.
Calcium carbonate is a common ingredient in supplements and foods, but is there a way to tell whether it’s vegan? Turns out the answer is a little complicated.
Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place!
In this post we will cover what calcium carbonate is, what products contain it, how to tell whether it’s vegan, and some additional information on calcium supplements and recommendations for vegans.
If you’re looking for ways to cut down on your meat intake, you’ve probably come across tofu as a commonly used meat alternative or plant-based protein.
But does tofu actually taste good? Isn’t it just a bland, boring protein that vegetarians and vegans eat only because they have to?
If this is what you’ve heard about tofu, you’re not alone!
Stephanie Wells, MS, RD, LD, ACSM-CPT
Welcome to the blog! I’m a registered dietitian with 9+ years of personal experience following a vegan diet. I am so excited to share evidence-based nutrition information with you so that you too can thrive on a vegan, 100% plant-based diet!