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Would it be useful to see a dietitian and/or nutritionists before reducing meat and animal products?
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Would it be useful to see a dietitian and/or nutritionists before reducing meat and animal products?
I don’t think that would be necessary? As long as you do not become deficient in vitamins that are in meat, unless you have a specific medical condition or a gastro issue then yes it might be worth seeing one.
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You wouldn't need to do that, just cut down on meat.
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I don’t think that would be necessary? As long as you do not become deficient in vitamins that are in meat, unless you have a specific medical condition or a gastro issue then yes it might be worth seeing one.
I used to not eat meat and my hair started to fall out and it became extremely thin so I was thinking that it would be worth to see a dietitian and deal with it.
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I used to not eat meat and my hair started to fall out and it became extremely thin so I was thinking that it would be worth to see a dietitian and deal with it.
We’re not doctors, maybe see your gp rather than a specialist? Then if they think it’s needed they will refer.
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