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Vegans do not consume foods or products that come from animals. Among other things, they do not eat meat, fish, eggs and dairy but at the same time they do not wear leather, silk and wool because these are also animal products. Keeping track of all this can still be quite a task and sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees. There are also quite a few products that at first glance appear to be vegan, but are not when you delve into the ingredients and their origins. We have researched 10 of these foods for you and highlighted them in more detail below so that in the future you will know which products are better to leave out if you are vegan.
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All the foods you eat contain nutrients that are important to your body. These nutrients can be divided into macronutrients and micronutrients. The micronutrients are vitamins and minerals; of these, you only need a few micrograms or milligrams daily. Macronutrients (macro means “large”) you need in a much larger amount, namely tens to hundreds of grams per day. Because macronutrients make up such a large part of your diet, in this blog you’ll read all about exactly what macronutrients are, what types we know and why they are important.
The vast majority of people who diet will do so to lose weight. Often they spend almost their entire adult lives swinging from diet to diet to lose excess pounds. Countless different diets have been devised to actually achieve this goal. But there is a forgotten group: the group of people who would like to gain weight.