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Omega 3 fatty acids

Some non-dairy milk is fortified with DHA. A study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that soya milk consumption improved the blood lipid profile of adults with hypercholesterolaemia.Some foods, such as muesli and energy bars, are fortified with DHA. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition found that DHA-fortified foods improve the blood lipid profiles of healthy adults. It is important to note that the body's conversion of ALA to EPA and DHA is limited. Vegans need to consume a variety of plant-based omega-3 sources and consider supplementing with DHA and EPA, especially if they are pregnant, breastfeeding or have a history of heart disease.

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Nutritional Advice Part 2 Which carbohydrates to choose? Why protein and how much?

To begin a small aside which approaches speculation. Just a moment ago I watched an interview with Dr. Rüdiger Dahlke, whose approach is explained in the book "Peace Food". Even the most optimal means of feeding (feeding cows with grass) does not change the fact that animals which are used for consumption ultimately end up in the slaughter house. Even the small percentage of animals which are slaughtered in the most humane way possible go through extreme stress and fear. These fear and stress hormones are not simply diffused; instead, they are consumed by humans when they eat meat.

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