I am Vegan, and yes I do suffer from both Iron deficient Anemia AND a Vitamin B-12 deficiency, HOWEVER, not due to Veganism. I developed these deficiencies years ago, when I was not informed, and I consumed meat and dairy products daily, at every meal. I became Vegetarian around July 2012, and slowly became Vegan late 2012. Best choice I have made, for both my health as well as the animals I am not eating. Even if my deficiencies were due to not consuming meat or dairy products, taking a vitamin supplement is a healthier and much more beneficial choice in my opinion.
If you choose to make the decision to go Vegan, it will be the best and healthiest choice you will ever make. If you need more information, feel free to research. The Web is a tremendous resource where your eyes can truly be opened to the atrocity that the loving, beautiful, and feeling creatures who inhabit the earth with us go through on a daily basis.
Like this for instance...
Still not sure? Do you think eating a cruelty free diet will be boring and tasteless? You couldn't be more wrong. There are a plethora of scrumptious recipes and ideas all over the web. Tons and Tons of Blogs as well to help you in your transition.
Here are a few of my favorites:
The list could go on and on...
And, you can even Order Your FREE Vegetarian/Vegan Starter Kit!
So, how about it? Do you want to eat better, feel better, and stop supporting cruelty to chickens, pigs, cows, and other animals raised for food? Pledge to Be Vegan for 30 Days! I promise, you won't be sorry you did. PLEASE, Let me know when you do.