Edgy Veg Feature: Realistic Vegan What I Eat in a Day
Realistic Vegan What I Eat in a Day
While my smoothie is blending, I like to take my daily vitamins in the morning so I don’t forget throughout the day. I love to take my vitamins in gummy form because I am less likely to forget them, and they satisfy my craving for candy.
Herbaland has been my favourite brand for gummy vitamins for a while now, keeping me on track with a consistent vitamin routine. They are a family-owned Canadian business with similar inclusivity and sustainability values as me. They use compostable packaging and their gummies are vegan, low to no sugar and free of allergens.
My Daily Vegan Vitamins
I take different vitamins daily, but today I chose to highlight the below…
Multivitamin Gummy for Adults
- It’s berry flavored and contains 13 essential vitamins and minerals including Vitamin A, Vitamin C, D3, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B.
Eye Care Gummy for Adults
- It’s strawberry flavoured and contains the powerful carotenoid vitamin Lutein which promotes healthy vision and protects the eyes from the harmful effects of sunlight, blue light, and free radicals.
Sleep Plus Gummy for Adults (for night time)
- It’s Passion fruit jasmine flavoured helps me with sleeping (I suffer from chronic insomnia, thank anxiety) – it contains Vitamin B6, Lemon balm, and L-theanine to promote calmness, relaxation, and sleep. This has been a game-changer for my sleep routine. Let me know if you’re interested in what my sleep hygiene routine (Nigh time routine) looks like.
As a vegan, I try to focus on listening to what my body needs, as well as visiting my doctor regularly. My diet can be described as partially intuitive eating, partially no diet LOL. Honestly, I have always been shit with regimented eating, and that is why I take supplements. I don’t care about my macros with my meals, I just want to eat what I crave. I am very fortunate to be able to do that. Being diligent with taking vitamin supplements as well as maintaining a plant-based diet has kept me happy and healthy for years.
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