Tag Archives: Lacto-ovo

Love hate relationship

As a new vegan (lacto ovo vegetarian) it seems neccessary to ensure you get vital vitamines and minerals. During spring and summer getting natural vitamine D from the sun is fairly easy. But I used to avoid the sun for … Continue reading

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No summer vegan

No, I will not change my diet when winter comes knocking. I’m still on an lacto ovo diet, which most definitely doesn’t include any meat, (cattle, pork, lamb, poultry, or fish. ) Actually a lot vegetables naturally contains protein. 

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Rice

White rice contains high amounts of arsenik. But wholewheat rice, supposedly contains even more arsenik. Choose your poison…

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Vitamine D

Fish Eggs Milk Meat Margarin Cooking fat Wild mushrooms

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Selenium

Fish Eggs Chicken, turkey Wheat Oats Lentils Chickpeas Nuts

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Calcium

Baking powder Herb salt Sugarfree gum Parmesan Milk powder Dried sesamy seeds Hard cheese Blue cheese Gruel Camenbert Dried agar Dried kelp Brie Preserved mushroom soup Melted soft cheese French mustard Deep fried camenbert Breakfast cereal Mozzarella Nutrilett Halloumi Pesto … Continue reading

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Zinc

Oysters Wheat germs Dry yeast Meal replacement Nutrilett Quorn Dried sesamy seeds Dried pumpin/zucchini seeds Wheat bran Cacao powder Roasted peanuts Dry roasted peanuts Wild rice (wholemeal) raw Breakfast cereal All Bran Cashew Pecan Hard rye bread (wholemeal) Peeled and … Continue reading

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