A vegan diet means for beginners not only the sudden renunciation of foods that they had previously eaten with pleasure and regularly. The body, too, must first get used to the pure plant diet. Many freshly baked Veganer suffer at first frequently from flatulence, belly pain and full feeling. This has a simple reason: With a full vegan nutrition you take up clearly more fiber
than with mixed food, because vegetable food such as oats or vegetables is rich in fiber.
In addition, your intestinal flora must first adapt to the new diet, because you now also feed the intestinal bacteria with new food. So don't feed yourself vegan overnight to avoid digestive problems during the changeover. Rather, it is advisable to slowly get the body used to the purely plant-based diet. If problems arise, herbal teas
and flea seed shells
can also alleviate your symptoms. Besides, probiotic foods can also help. Pay attention to your intestines in any case. INTEST.pro
tells you which bacteria it is colonized with and whether this is beneficial for you. Based on the results, you can also have an individual nutrition plan drawn up for you.