A vegan diet provides health benefits and is quite nutritious. According to the American Dietetic Association, well-planned vegan and vegetarian diets are healthy and help in the treatment and prevention of certain health conditions. Whether for athletes or adolescents, a vegan diet suits all and is quite beneficial for the overall well-being of the body.
Both Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute and British Nutrition Foundation consider vegetarian and vegan diets to be “nutritionally adequate for both children and adults”. However, there are certain concerns raised by nutritionists and health experts regarding the dangers of vegan diet. This guide tries to explain the benefits as well as the ill-effects of vegan diets.
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