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Can You Follow a Strict, Healthy Vegetarian Diet?

vegetarians will not eat meat but will eat eggs and dairy products such as milk, yogurt and cheese. Others avoid all foods derived from animals. In my opinion, a strict vegetarian diet will put you behind the nutritional eight ball. No Such Thing as a Healthy Vegetarian Diet Every strict vegetarian

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New Study Shows Heart Benefits of L-Carnitine

…-oxide (TMAO), a waste product produced by certain intestinal bacteria as a result of exposure to L-carnitine and a long-term diet high in red meat. Vegetarians and vegans have much lower levels of TMAO and the carnitine-converting class of bacteria. As you may remember, I wrote a blog about that study urging…

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L-Carnitine Benefits Hold the Key to Good Health

…deficiencies in carnitine are rare in healthy, well-nourished people who consume adequate amounts of animal protein, many vegetarians (particularly vegans, or “pure” or “strict” vegetarians) become deficient to some degree. Without meat, eggs, or dairy products, their diets often come up short on the many…

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6 Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Bone Health

…health. I recommend a diet with no more than 25 percent animal protein. If you feel you need additional protein to ensure bone health, turn to vegetarian sources such as nuts, soy, and tofu. Eggs are great for bone health, too. 2. Salt—Every 500 mg of sodium leaches 10 mg of calcium from your bones…

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8 Health-Boosting Secrets From My Life

…to taking the Awesome Foursome and other nutrients, here are eight things I do to keep myself healthy and you can try as well: 1. Eat a mostly vegetarian diet. My daily diet consists of two meals and two healthy snacks a day and rich in fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, and lentils. I also eat fish 1–2…

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The Benefits of CoQ10 and L-Carnitine for Your Heart

…CoQ10 per day. Dietary sources of CoQ10 come mainly from beef heart, pork, chicken livers and fish (especially salmon, mackerel and sardines). Vegetarians typically will not get enough CoQ10 unless they eat large quantities of peanuts and/or broccoli. The average person only gets 2–5 mg CoQ10 a day…

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Take a CoQ10 Supplement for Heart Health

…CoQ10 per day. Dietary sources of CoQ10 come mainly from beef heart, pork, chicken livers, and fish (especially salmon, mackerel and sardines). Vegetarians typically will not get enough CoQ10 unless they eat large quantities of peanuts and/or broccoli. The average person only gets 2–5 mg CoQ10 a day…

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