Question: I’m a vegan. What vegetarian supplements are best for me?
Answer: A vegan is defined as any person whose diet does not include animal foods. People who are vegans avoid meat, fish, and dairy, making it difficult for them to get the amount of nutrients they need to stay healthy.

Although it’s a challenge, there are plenty of vegan supplements out there.
Instead of whey, casein, or egg protein, try soy, hemp, or rice protein.
Instead of omega fatty acid supplements derived from coldwater fish, try those derived from flaxseed oil.
Instead of calcium supplements derived from dairy, try those derived from plant-based foods.
Individual vitamins, as well as multivitamins that include a variety of necessary vitamins and minerals, are available in vegan formulas that are free of all animal foods.
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