•Introduce variety, balance, moderation and mindful nutrition.
•Take supplements. An individual may be lacking vitamins and minerals from an omnivorous or a vegetarian diet.
•Healthier alternatives are whole foods, including meat options such as turkey, chicken, lean deli meat, fish, low-fat ground beef and pork. Dairy items and eggs should also be included. Plant-based foods that offer prime nutritional benefits include whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables e.g. legumes and beans, nuts, seeds. Vegetables and fruit protect against all types of cancers if consumed in large enough quantities. Beans, in general, and not just soy, have additional anti-cancer benefits against reproductive cancers, like breast and prostate cancer.
•Factory farmed meat is not good for people or the animals. Eat pasture-raised organic meat, and unfarmed fish. Similarly don’t eat industrially raised fruits and vegetables which lack minerals and other important micronutrients.
•Limit potentially harmful nutrients such as sodium, cholesterol, trans fat, saturated fat and added sugar. Avoid polyunsaturated fat in your diet and always accompany them with anti oxidants.It can help cut the risk of disease. Avoid also a high salt intake because salt intake increases blood pressure. Almost all of the soy based meat analogues and many other health food store (vegan) products are exceptionally high in sodium.