Protect Yourself Against 6 Common Nutrient
Deficiencies that Plague Vegans

Get your free VegHealth Nutrition guide here:

  • Which plant foods have the highest sources of calcium, iron, protein, and other essential nutrients.
  • The 2 factors that interfere with calcium absorption in a plant-based diet and how to overcome them
  • Exactly how much protein you need on a vegan diet and the best sources
  • An easy solution to get more of the vitamin that nearly half of the US population is deficient in
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Wait, Isn't A Vegan Diet Healthier?

Absolutely! As a vegan, you’re less likely to develop high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, or type 2 diabetes.

However, you could be missing out on even more health benefits if you’re not optimizing the nutrients in your plant-based diet!

Even worse, you could wind up with vitamin or mineral deficiencies. That is why we teach you everything you need to know to optimize the 6 nutrients most often lacking in a vegan diet!

Your free nutrition guide tackles 3 key areas that
can potentially derail your success:

  • Not knowing which foods to eat for specific nutrients
  • Finding the right food synergies to maximize your nutrient absorption
  • Being unaware of foods that block nutrient absorption

Meet the Experts Behind The VegHealth Institute

Virginia Messina, MPH, RD

Virginia Messina, MPH, RD, has been a nutrition instructor at Central Michigan University and a dietitian for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. She has authored (or co- authored) The Convenient Vegetarian, Help! My Child Stopped Eating Meat, and Vegan for Life: Everything You Need to Know to be Healthy and Fit on a Plant-based Diet.

Meredith McCarthy

Meredith’s most recent book, Sweet and Natural, won the Versailles World Cookbook Fair Award. Formerly the associate editor of Natural Health magazine, Meredith directed The East West Center For Macrobiotics for 19 years. She’s also worked with Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. John McDougall.

Michael Klaper, MD

Dr. Klaper wrote all of our lessons on vitamins and minerals. Author of the book Vegan Nutrition, he’s Director of the Institute of Nutrition Education and Research, and a featured expert in two PBS productions, “Food for Thought,” and the award- winning, “Diet for a New America”. (Disclaimer)

Brenda Davis, RD

Brenda Davis, RD, has authored or co-authored 9 books on nutrition including “Becoming Vegan”, “Becoming Vegetarian”, and “Becoming Raw”. Her books have sold over 2/3 million copies and are printed in 8 languages. She’s a member of the Vegetarian Hall of Fame. She’s also a past chair of the Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association.

Jill Nussinow

Jill authored the award-winning cookbook, The Veggie Queen: Vegetables Get the Royal Treatment. She’s a Registered Dietitian who writes and edits for Natural Food Network magazine and Vegan Culinary Experience magazine, She’s also been a nutritionist and cooking teacher at the McDougall program for the past 7 years.

Nomi Shannon

Nomi’s best selling book, The Raw Gourmet, has sold over 150,000 copies. She’s received awards for Best Educator, Favorite Chef, Favorite Recipe Book, and been featured in Alive magazine and Get Fresh. Before that, she ran The Hippocrates Health Institute’s certification course.

Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, MS, DC, CCN, DACBN

Dr. Loscalzo has been an integrative health care practitioner for over two decades. She’s a Doctor of Chiropractic with Certifications in Acupuncture, Clinical Nutrition and Herbal Medicine. She’s the author of Power Breakfast Ideas, Deliciously Quick Lunch and Dinner, Healthy Halloween Treats, Dessert: Making it Rich Without Oil and Dried and Gone to Heaven.

Jo Stepaniak, MSEd

Jo is the author and co-author of sixteen books on compassionate living and vegetarian cuisine, including Vegan Vittles: Down-Home Cooking for Everyone. She was inducted into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame at the 2008 NAVS Vegetarian Summerfest. Her award-winning column Ask Jo! appears on her Web site, “Grassroots Veganism”.

The Vegan Nutrition Guide is a Must Have if You…

  • Are still guessing when it comes to getting enough calcium, protein, and iron on a vegan diet
  • Don’t yet know which plant foods block the absorption of key vitamins and minerals
  • Have yet to discover that eating plant foods in the right combination is crucial for an optimal plant-based diet (and we aren’t talking about the old “food-combining” theory)
  • Struggle with low energy or fatigue, two common side effects of a vegan diet without the right nutrient optimization
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