Being vegan is a kind, ethical and healthy choice, but sometimes you can miss out on essential nutrients that meat, fish and dairy products provide. …read moreSee less
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What supplements should vegans take?
A vegan diet contains only plants, excluding all meat and all animal-derived products like eggs and cheese, making it easy to lack the essential nutrients in your meals. If you’re vegan, you may benefit from supplementing: iron, omega-3, vitamin D, calcium, vitamin B12 and zinc.
What are good vegan friendly sources of vitamin B12?
The most common sources of vitamin B12 are from dairy products and meat, but if you follow a plant-based diet, you can get your vitamin B12 intake through fortified foods such as cereals, soya milk, and of course, supplements! There are many vegan vitamin B12 supplements that are derived from fermented bacteria, compared to animal-based ingredients like gelatin.
How much vitamin b12 should a vegan take?
If you’re following a vegan diet, you should consider taking a vitamin B12 supplement of 10µg daily or at least 2000µg weekly to ensure you maintain healthy blood and a healthy nervous system.
Is cod liver oil vegan or vegetarian friendly?
As cod liver oil is fish oil, it is not considered suitable for vegans and some vegetarians.
If you’re looking for a vegan or vegetarian-friendly source of omega-3, we’d recommend speaking to your doctor or pharmacist for recommendations.