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Resources/Things I love As a Vegan

Disclaimer: This page is a work in progress and will be updated as we see fit to do so. It is by no means a comprehensive list of all resources or products that may be helpful for vegans.
This page is not providing you with personalized medical or dietary advice. Always talk to your doctor before you add a supplement and/or make any major dietary changes. Read our Disclaimers for additional details.

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Books

Our Plant Based Diet Books Article – If you haven’t read it yet, what are you waiting for?

In this article, 7 Dietitians share books they found helpful – from nutrition on a plant based diet for tiny tots to vegan nutrition for adults, resources for RDs, and of course, cookbooks! Check it out here.

Websites

  1. Veganhealth.org – A resource that really goes into detail about various topics related to vegan health (for example, vitamin B12, protein, etc).
  2. Vrg.org – This educational site explores topics related to not just vegan, but vegetarian diets as well.
  3. Plantbasedjuniors.com – Information for a predominantly plant based pregnancy, infant, and toddler nutrition.
  4. Veganbariatricdietitian.com – A resource for vegans who have had bariatric surgery.
  5. Surgeactivism.org – Learn about vegan philosophy, and learn why many vegans avoid certain activities, products, and food.
  6. Foodispower.org – A vegan food justice organization that speaks on topics related to issues in the food industry, the environment, and more.

For Plant Based Families with Kids

Karla Moreno-Bryce, MDA, RD, LD is a vegan Registered Dietitian who offers a alot of resources for vegan families that have kids!

They include a course that delves into meal planning supplements, etc, baby led weaning, and a cook book!

You can check out the awesome things she has to offer here (affiliate link*- as a reminder, this means if you click on the link and purchase, I earn a commission at no added cost to you).

Supplements I Like As a Vegan

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As a reminder, always speak to your doctor before starting new supplement.

1. Complement Triple B12 Liquid Spray

If you didn’t already know, vegans need to ensure they have a reliable source of vitamin B12! Talk to your doctor about much, and what form you need.

I personally appreciate that Complement’s Triple B12 liquid spray is vegan and third party tested for things like potency and heavy metals.

You can check it out below (affiliate link*):

2. Nordic Naturals Plant-Based Vitamin D3 Liquid 

Think that vitamin D3 only comes from lanolin (sheep’s wool)? Think again!

Nordic Naturals (and several other companies) offers a vegan vitamin D3 liquid supplement.

I appreciate that Nordic Naturals utilizes third party testing, offers vegan options, and a dropper for this particular supplement, so you can tailor your dose as needed (FYI: talk to your doctor before starting a supplement, which one, and which dose to take).

Check it out here (affiliate link*):

Products I Like and Use as a Vegan

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1. Attitude Super Leaves Science Body Cream (Lemon Leaves)

My skin gets dry in the winter (anyone else have this problem)?

This is my go to lotion! I just love the smell and appreciate that it is vegan and EWG Environmental Working Group) verified (you can learn more about what that means here).

Check it out below (affiliate link*):

2. A High Powered Blender

Surprised? 🙂

While you certainly aren’t required to have a blender as a vegan, it sure helps because you can make so many delicious vegan sauces, smoothies, nut or seed “cheese,” soups, and the list goes on and on.

Why not just use a cheaper blender? Well, in our experience it can be difficult to get that same smooth texture if your blender is not powerful.

I’ve tried cheaper blenders, and its just not the same! Although, if you find one that’s a good bargain, and achieves that consistent smooth texture, send me an email!

Here is the high powdered blender I love and have been using for years (affiliate link*):

3. Sugar Coated Vegan Sugar Wax

Many waxes commercially available could contain bees wax (of course, you can always ask the esthetician what they use)!

And here, I was thinking honey was the only non vegan friendly bee product. Doh!

Since I get my eye brows waxed a few times a year, I took to the internet to find a vegan wax kit!

This is the one I found and like for myself (affiliate link*)-as a reminder, this means if you click on the link and purchase, I may earn a commission at no added cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases:

4. Vegan Makeup

Spoiler alert: I’m not a big make up person, but when I do wear it, my go to is a vegan eye liner and mascara!

Here’s the ones I like and use (affiliate link*) below:

5. Books!

Check out some totally rad pics by fellow Registered Dietitians in our post here (includes cookbooks)!

You can find lots of the options mentioned in that post on Amazon (affiliate link*).

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