14 best foods for vegan

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Vegan diet leads to nutritional deficiencies

Being vegan means refusing all animal products.

If the diet is not balanced, it can lead to dietary deficiencies.

They can cause :

  • Tiredness.
  • Cravings for snacks.
  • Physical symptoms.

How to avoid deficiency?

There is a way to ask the body directly what it needs! Discover the felt sense.

Is veganism healthy in the long term?

Some emotional memories cause physical imbalances.

The body then needs compensations to continue to function properly.

Meat, dairy products, fish, seafood, honey and eggs often serve as compensations.

Victor decides to stop eating meat. After two weeks, he feels tired and has no energy. He eats a slab of rump steak, and immediately feels better.

While exploring himself emotionally, Victor discovered two memories that prevent him from functioning without meat. After applying the emotional acceptance process, and after a few months of integration, Victor stops eating meat again. This time, he does not notice any decrease in energy.

I can be a vegetarian or vegan in the long term, as long as I :

  • Undertake introspection, to free myself from imbalances requiring dietary compensations.
  • Listen to my body to know exactly what I need.
  • Have the essential foods in my kitchen!
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Vegan superfoods

Here are the 14 best foods for vegans to avoid deficiencies:

  • Oat bran.
  • Psyllium.
  • Hemp protein.
  • Baobab powder.
  • Adzuki beans.
  • Maca.
  • Honey (it is explained later why it is included).
  • Turmeric.
  • Goji berries.
  • Kale.
  • Buckwheat.
  • Dark chocolate.
  • Lentils.
  • Quinoa.

Oat bran

Organic oat bran is an extraordinary food.

It contains :

  • Beta-glucans.
  • Fiber.
  • Iron.
  • Vitamin B1.
  • Proteins.
  • Magnesium.

It replaces in part the nutrients of fish.


The seeds of psyllium (plantago ovata) are surrounded by a tegument, composed of :

  • Proteins.
  • Fibers.
  • Unsaturated fatty acids.
  • Phytosterols.

Together with adzuki beans and chlorella, it almost compensates for stopping meat.

Hemp protein

Hemp proteins are excellent alternatives to animal proteins.

And above all, they are easily assimilated by the body.

This super food also offers :

  • Essential fatty acids.
  • Mineral salts.
  • Trace elements.
  • Omega-3.

It is advisable to add it every time you cook legumes.

Baobab fruit

The pulp of the baobab fruit is packed with beneficial nutrients, particularly vitamin C and potassium.

It is also recommended to sprinkle it when cooking legumes.

Baobab powder is essential for vegans, at least once a week.

Adzuki beans

Adzuki beans are red beans from Japan with remarkable properties.

They are best known for their vegetable proteins, which partially replace animal proteins.

The small red beans combine ideally with whole grains.


The treasure of the Incas is a root that grows in the clouds: between 3500 and 4200 meters high!

Maca is consumed in powder, and contains :

  • Calcium.
  • Potassium.
  • Saponins.
  • Proteins.
  • Iron.
  • Zinc.
  • Fatty acids.
  • Flavonoids.

It helps to do without dairy products.


Bees and flowers work together to provide us with a divine nectar: honey!

The essential nutrients of this super-food is no longer to be introduced.

Certainly, it is not considered vegan because it is of animal origin.

However, the deva of the bee is formal: honey is an offering, and not the result of an unfair exploitation by human beings.


The star rhizome of Indian cuisine never ceases to surprise us.

Turmeric is especially interesting because it contains :

  • Vitamin C.
  • Curcumin.
  • Iron.
  • Zinc.
  • Flavonoids.

The orange powder is a substitute for seafood.

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Goji berries

The goji berry is especially known for its high content of vitamin C and beta-carotene.

It stimulates the immune system.

The benefits of these small red berries combine well with those of dark chocolate.


Leaf cabbage is a concentrate of vitamins (especially vitamin K) and minerals.

Its vegetable proteins are more easily assimilated when cooked.

It helps to:

  • Replace cow’s milk, without the drawbacks.
  • Adapt my intestinal flora to my vegan diet.


This gluten-free pseudocereal contains all 9 essential amino acids!

Buckwheat is easily digestible and rich in magnesium.

Its proteins help eliminate red meat from our plate.

Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate, without added milk or sugar, is good for the palate and health.

Cocoa is rich in :

  • Zinc.
  • Potassium.
  • Iron.
  • Selenium.
  • Unsaturated fatty acids.
  • Manganese.
  • Vitamin B3.

Dairy products can be replaced by the combination of dark chocolate, white beans and broccoli.


All lentils are interesting from a nutritional point of view, hence the interest in using different varieties.

They are good sources of :

  • Selenium.
  • Vitamin B6.
  • Manganese.
  • Phosphorus.
  • Copper.

The qualities of lentils combine particularly well with those of buckwheat or spelt.


The Andes gold is not for nothing a classic of the vegan kitchen.

Rich in protein, it also contains all the essential amino acids.

It is advisable to add a little turmeric to the cooking.



What are the best foods for vegan?

The felt sense allows me to know, among the list of vegan superfoods, which ones are best for me.

To avoid deficiencies, intuitive eating is essential.

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