But if you’re vegan how do you get….. part 1 calcium & protein. 

One of the biggest misconception about being vegan are having a plant-based diet means that you are lacking in certain vitamins or nutrients. Compiling a list of some vegan sources of different nutrients.
While calcium is in a lot of stuff these are some of the main ones and the easiest to add to your daily diet.
Green leafy vegetables, including spring greens, cabbage, seaweed, kale, broccoli.
Fortified foods such as soy/ almond/cashew/coconut/rice /hemp milk.

Tofu

Tempeh

Oranges

Kidney beans Great Northern beans and black eyed-beans

Edamame aka soy beans

Most nuts and seeds

Chickpeas

Almonds

All have good sources of calcium


Protein there are lots of options as well.

Many you probably eat on regular basis.

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Beans- all kinds

Hemp seeds

Almonds

Seitan

Lentils

Peanut Butter

Tempeh

Quinoa

Edamame aka soy beans

Tofu

Hummus

Kale

Soy/almond/hemp/coconut etc milk. Some brands/types have more calcium and protein than others so be sure to check their carten.

Legumes

Soy/coconut/almond yogurt

Alternatives like veggie dogs,bean burgers,veggie chickenless strips, etc


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