Blogger dice que su dieta vegana le causó menopausia temprana
Sufría de olas de calor y pausas en su periodo menstrual, pero fue hasta que le salió una erupción en la cara que buscó ayuda de un especialista en medicina china, quien le dijo a Virpi que debía dejar de comer tanta comida cruda y comenzar a comer carne, reporta el New York Post.
“No funciona para todos. No me funcionó. El problema era no ser vegano, per se, era la dieta vegana y mi estilo de vida estresante", dice ella al Daily Mail.
Añade que ahora incluye omelettes, albóndigas, pollo, verduras y caldo de carne en su dieta, aunque aún sólo bebe leche de avena y evita el gluten, el almidón y el azúcar refinada.
"Tal vez si hubiera tenido un estilo de vida súper relajado en algún lugar de Hawái, no habría tenido ningún problema en ser vegano. Pero en esta vida que estoy viviendo, la dieta no me funcionó y eso está totalmente bien", agrega Virpi.
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Fresh new week with fresh snacks. Recipe for my Sunshine Spread below. ⤵︎ Make a big batch, store in the fridge and spread some sun vibes to your breads during the week. Enjoy! #vanelja Vanelja’s Sunshine Spread 1 ¼ cup chickpeas (cooked or canned) 1/3 cup sundried tomatoes, cut to pieces 1/4 cup cashew nuts, soaked min 30 mins 1 garlic clove juices from half a lemon 2 tbsp olive oil 5 fresh basil leaves tiny pinch of sea salt ground black pepper 5-8 tbsp fresh water Place the chickpeas and sundried tomatoes into blender. Add also the soaked & rinsed cashews and rest of the ingredients and blend until nice and smooth spread. Add more water, if needed so that you get a good consistency. Taste and add some seasoning, if you like. Store in the fridge in a sealed jar and use within a week. Serve for example with a toast spread with avocado and fresh herbs.