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Title: Vegan Food to Look Out for in 2019 (1)


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Vegan foods to watch out for in 2019
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Oat Milk
  • There are various options for vegan milk like
    almond and soy milk, but smooth creamy oat milk
    will take on in 2019. It was a hit in 2018 and it
    will continue to be in 2019.
  • Oats have many healing properties and are best
    known for their high protein and fiber content
    and cholesterol reducing abilities. Oats can
    enhance the immune system, prevent cardiovascular
    diseases, maintain healthy cholesterol and blood
    sugar levels, provide strength and energy from
    natural plant proteins and sugars, and improve
    the health of your skin and hair.
  • The average cup of oat milk available for
    purchase will contain about 4 g of protein, 130
    calories, 2.5 g fat, 110 g sodium, 19 g sugar, 2
    g fiber, and 24 grams of carbohydrates. Oat milk
    is also completely void of cholesterol and
    saturated fats.
  • Oat milk is the easiest milk substitute to make
    in your own kitchen, as well as one of the
    cheapest.

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Green (Pea) Protein
  • The humble pea packs a protein punch, and in
    2019, we think more brands will be exploiting
    this little green machine for all its worth.
  • Green peas are an excellent source of fiber and
    protein which help regulate the pace of digestion
    and help keep blood sugar levels steady. In
    addition, they can help us regulate our fasting
    insulin levels. Peas are also a good source of
    omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidant-rich
    nutrients, both of which help lower the risk of
    cardiovascular disease. 

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Vegan Meat
  • There are various vegan meat option available for
    meat lovers who recently switched to veganism.
  • Tempeh is a food made from fermented soybeans
    that have been pressed into a compact cake. Like
    other fermented foods, tempeh is rich in
    probiotics, which are a type of beneficial
    bacteria found in your digestive tract.
  • Not only is it the largest tree fruit in the
    world, weighing in at up to 100 pounds,
    but jackfruit is also jam-packed with powerful
    health benefits. Its especially high in
    antioxidant-rich vitamin C and regularity-promotin
    g fiber. The nutrients found in jackfruit may
    help enhance immunity, support digestion and
    improve heart health as well.
  • Lentils are a type of edible pulse that are
    loaded with fiber and an assortment of
    important micronutrients, such as folate,
    manganese and iron. A serving or two of lentils
    per day can help manage blood sugar levels,
    prevent constipation and keep your weight under
    control.

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Mushrooms
  • Revered for their medicinal properties for
    thousands of years, mushrooms make a super
    nutritious addition to any diet, vegetarian or
    not. Theyre low in calories but contain a good
    chunk of several important nutrients. Even more
    impressive is that mushrooms have been shown to
    have both antioxidant and antimicrobial
    properties in some test-tube studies.
  • Mushrooms are one of the best meat substitutes
    for vegetarians because they tend to have a rich
    and meaty flavor that works well in veggie-based
    dishes. Try adding mushrooms to burgers, stews,
    casseroles and pasta dishes to bump up the
    nutritional value of your meal and provide a
    concentrated dose of flavor to every bite.

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Vegan Cheese
  • Vegan cheeses are 100 percent animal-free and
    made using vegetable proteins. Usually they're
    made from soy nuts, such as cashews and
    macadamias and vegetable oils, such as coconut
    oil. You can also find cheeses that derive from
    agar, tapioca, peas and arrowroot.
  • The ingredient list on some vegan cheeses may
    raise the eyebrows of those trying their best to
    eat clean and minimally processed foods. Many
    contain added starches and thickeners such as
    carrageenan and xanthan gum.

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Thank You
  • To get more details about vegan life and to buy
    vegan food products visit our site
    https//www.veganprovider.com
  • Contact us 1300 202 955
  • Email id info_at_veganprovider.com
  • We ship our products Australia wide. Do contact
    us if you want to place an order.
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