Nutritional Importance of Animal Source Foods

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URL: https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/133/11/3932S/4818051

Journal: The Journal of Nutrition

Publication Date: 11/2003

Summary: A review of the micronutrient deficiencies that have been identified in people on a vegetarian diet and the negative health consequences of these deficiencies. All of these nutrients are abundant in animal products and only low level of animal product intake would be required to reverse or prevent these deficiencies.

Key Takeaways

All of the nutrients deficient in vegans/vegetarians are found in high levels in animal products. Animal products would be required to reverse deficiencies.

Weird Finding: Vegans/Vegetarians Are Deficient in All the Nutrients Found In Animal Products

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