Some people might feel sorry for themselves in this situation
Puppy don’t care
Puppy’s got stuff to do
Puppy’s got places to be
Puppy’s got people to bark at and things to sniff.
Anonymous said: Hello, I'm sixteen and i've just turned vegan for a few weeks. I didn't know that I had to take a B12 supplement, and I don't want to ask my mom to get something that might be expensive. Plus, I live in the SEA region so European products might not be available as well. Any tips to get B12? Thanks in advance!
My biggest recommendation is through food! :) Here’s a list of some good plant based B12 sources for you:
Fortified Soy Milk
Many people make the switch from whole or skim milk to soy milk once they learn of the many health benefits it can provide. Fortified soy milk is even better, as it brings added vitamins and minerals into your diet. One serving (100 grams) of fortified soymilk brings 19% of the daily recommended amount of B12. It’s also high in essential Vitamins A and D.
Fortified whole grain cereals are a great way to start a healthy day. Three-quarters of a cup of fortified cereal, equal to about 30 grams, contains up to six micrograms of Vitamin B12. That’s just enough to meet your daily quota in one fell swoop. Different brands and types of cereal vary widely, so check the nutrition labels for exact amounts.
Yeast Extract Spread
Yeast extract spread (also called marmite) is often enjoyed over toast, in sandwiches, or spread over crackers. It has a strong salty flavor, so remember that a little goes a long way. A teaspoon of this savory spread contains about 1% of the necessary amount of B12 for the day. Enjoy it with snacks or meals to get a small boost to your vitamin intake.
Tofu is often fortified with essential vitamins, making it a healthy food option and a great way to supplement your diet with many healthy nutrients. One quarter of a package of fortified tofu (or 79 grams) contains about 31% of the daily recommended value of Vitamin B12. Fortified tofu is also a great source of protein, calcium, and Vitamin D.
Many of the sources of Vitamin B12 are not vegan, but there are plenty that are. Just because you are following the vegan lifestyle does not mean you have to be short on Vitamin B12. :)
"When we reach the state of nonaggression, it is not that we cease to perceive anything, but we begin to perceive in a particular way. With the absence of aggression, there is further clarity, because nothing is based on anxiety and nothing is based on ideas or ideals of any kind.
Instead, we are beginning to see things without making any demands. We are no longer trying to buy or sell anything to anybody. It is a direct and very personal experience.”
Cows have incredible senses: they have near panoramic vision, can detect odors up to five miles away. They can hear low and high frequency sounds better than humans. They are amongst the most gentle of all beings.