kawaii-neko-ai asked:

Hey :) I've been vegetarian for my whole life (no gelatin and fur, leather as well) and I mainly life on an organic diet. I tried to be vegan but my mom wont allow it (my sister almost died of vitamin b12 lack) I feel really bad for eating egg/milk..

Hi kawaii-neko-ai ! :)

We have to respect our parents of course, but they have to respect us as well. I understand that for many parents is more likely concerns than just force their sons and daughters to eat meat. article it might help you out a little, it seems that your parents at least don’t give you a hard time, but it will help:

There are many ways to get your vitamin B12 at a good level.

Fortified Cereals
A wide array of cereals now exist with the percent daily value (DV) of vitamin B12 added in. Vegans can eat the cereal with soy, rice, or almond milk.
List of Cereals High in Vitamin B12.

Fortified Soy Products
Most vegans consume soy both as a dairy substitute, and as a source of protein. Many soy products now come fortified with vitamin B12. Check the nutrition facts of the product to be sure.

Fortified Drinks
As more and more people are becoming vegan companies are seeing the benefit of fortifying drinks with vitamin B12. Drinks like Vitamin Water provide a healthy alternative to soft drinks.

Vitamin Pills
Consuming vitamin B12 directly through pills is a great way to to ensure proper levels of vitamin B12 with little fuss. A wide variety of supplement pills are readily available at

Women’s Gummy Vitamins Review + Coupons

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