Posted October 15, 2018 03:29:25 It’s the same old story, but this time around it’s a vegan version.

Here’s how you can boost your immune system, increase your energy levels and improve your mood.

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Make your food choice easier by choosing foods that are not processed.

Eating less processed foods is a big step in the right direction.

In fact, studies show that the fewer processed foods you eat, the healthier you are.

2.

Get in touch with your gut.

A healthy gut is a great way to get nutrients to your cells, as well as the body’s other organs.

That includes vitamins and minerals.

3.

Eat less processed meats.

The more meat you eat at home, the less processed meat you’ll be eating at the office.

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Avoid processed foods that contain gluten.

The FDA has recently announced it’s looking into whether or not certain gluten-containing foods may increase your risk of developing celiac disease.

5.

Try your local grocery store.

Most of the grocery stores have vegan options and can make it easy to find healthy products.

If you can’t find vegan options, try some of the local grocery stores.

The grocery stores are known for their fresh, local produce and meats.

6.

Get more vitamins and supplements.

A lot of vitamins and nutrients are not as readily available as you might think.

The best way to do this is to take them with you when you go grocery shopping.

7.

Stop putting unnecessary ingredients in your food.

Some vegan foods can be high in sugar and other ingredients that aren’t needed for your body to function properly.

8.

Get a vitamin D supplement.

The National Institutes of Health recommends a daily vitamin D 3 supplement.

That means you need to get vitamin D3 for your skin and bone.

It can help you maintain a healthy bone density.

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Get your vitamin D from food.

The USDA has launched a website called NutritionalDisease.com to help you figure out what foods are rich in vitamin D. You can get more information from the USDA.

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Avoid high-fat foods.

A diet that’s high in high-sugar, trans fats and processed foods can also be high for your immune response and your ability to produce hormones.

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Eat your veggies.

When you’re trying to lose weight, it’s important to avoid foods that can increase your appetite.

You’ll want to get your veggies in the morning, but they can be just as nutritious as their more processed counterparts.

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Avoid dairy products.

Dairy products are rich sources of protein, and research shows that eating less of them can lower your risk for diabetes, heart disease and depression.

13.

Get plenty of vitamins from foods like fruits, vegetables and seeds.

These foods can help keep your body functioning properly and help you stay healthy.

14.

Limit your caffeine intake.

While research suggests that moderate amounts of caffeine can reduce your risk and help with your mental health, studies are mixed on whether that’s true.

You might want to try cutting back on your caffeine consumption if you have a caffeine intolerance.

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Get enough vitamin D, too.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced that it’s conducting a new review of the benefits and risks of vitamin D supplements.

If your doctor recommends taking a vitamin or supplement, be sure to check with your doctor before beginning any supplements.

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Eat fresh, whole foods.

The food you eat changes when you’re growing and aging.

Eating a fresh, healthy, local, low-sodium and nutrient-dense food is a good way to keep your immune systems healthy and help your body produce more hormones.

17.

Exercise.

If that’s not enough, you might want a little exercise to help improve your immune and energy levels.

If exercising helps your body function properly, then it may also boost your energy and keep your brain functioning normally.

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Be sure to read the labels.

While many companies are marketing their products as being “vegan-friendly,” many of them contain ingredients that could be considered meat or dairy.

That can lead to confusion about the products’ health benefits.

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Talk to your doctor.

While it’s not possible to be 100% vegan without trying to avoid animal products, eating less meat and dairy can be one of the best ways to ensure that your health is protected.

Here are some tips to help get you started: Eat a lot of vegetables.

Eat about 3 to 5 pounds of fresh vegetables a week.