Average vegan diets tend to be deficient in three nutrients, whereas average omnivores tend, unfortunately, to be deficient in seven.
With a few caveats, the best source of iodine is sea vegetables.
What nutrients could vegans be deficient in?
Even if we’re consuming calcium, are we absorbing enough? Learn more in these videos:
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