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009 | Nutrition Report Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Vegetarian Diets

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  • Holly, a tip with wrapping wraps is to flip both sides to cover the filling then roll, that way when you cut it in half and eat it they won't open or fall out the bottom!

  • holly you are stressing me out with the folding of these wraps!! fold it like you are, leave space at the bottom and half way fold one of the ends over! then nothing can fall out

  • Hey Holly, just for reference, be careful about saying 'all allergens'. I've got an allergy syndrome that causes me to be allergic to lots of different raw fruits and veg. Obviously someone like me cant expect to be accommodated for in a video about veganism ( and I don't), but it might be good to put common allergens if you make another video in this style, just to be safe 🙂 Other than that, loved your video, you motivate me to do better in uni!! <3

  • Hey Holly!
    I just wanted you to know that Cambridge is my dream university and to be able to see you there makes me so happy! You inspire me so much and your videos always make me want to be productive! I love you so much❤

  • Hey Holly,
    thank you so much for making this video. A friend of mine was recently diagnosed with celiac disease and wants to try and adopt a vegan life style, but is worried she would not know what to eat. So this video couldn't come at a better time! I hope you make a few more.
    All the best,
    Ida

  • I really liked the recipes you tried out, but I'm confused about those cans. Why would anybody buy plain water in a can when there's tap water?

  • i was wondering if you are going to make narna clothes without writing on them? i personally prefer wearing more plain clothes without anything on the front of the t-shirt/sweatshirt, but i support you producing more sustaineable clothing, so let me know. I will definetly get one if you do make a plain t-shirt 🙂

  • Hey Holly! I love your video's but came to notice a lot of things that were in this video that could have been avoided when doing a bit more of research. Like the nakd bars and the nuts. The unspecification with the oats since the oats could also not be gluten free, tahini that could possibly have sesame seeds in it which can sometimes be an allergen. I loved the video though! And I'll definitely support you further in your road as a youtuber <3

  • Great video Holly! I loved watching you make the wraps because I have made similar mistakes and I couldn’t help but laugh 😂 I also think it would be fun to see you try different diets too, like raw veganism or a fruititarian diet for a day!

    On a side note, I do have a different thought for you about the accessibility of veganism. I don’t know how it is in countries like the UK, but in the US fresh fruits and vegetables are some of the most expensive things in the grocery store, even nonorganic ones. The reason behind it is really complicated, but basically it results in produce being unaffordable to a ridiculous amount of people who are already food insecure (yay to the USA for having the largest amount of food insecure people than any other “first-world” country!). Allergen/vegan substitutes are even more expensive and unaffordable for even middle class families. Eating how you did today is completely unfeasible for a large amount of the US population, who instead have to turn to prepackaged foods that often contain animal products. I hope we can reach a point where everyone can eat healthy, cruelty free (to both animals and humans!) diets, but at least my country isn’t there yet 🙁

  • Oral Allergy Syndrome is quite common along with those you mentioned! Any chance you would do the similar video with these allergens?
    Birch pollen: apple, almond, carrot, celery, cherry, hazelnut, kiwi, peach, pear, plum
    Grass pollen: celery, melons, oranges, peaches, tomato
    Ragweed pollen: banana, cucumber, melons, sunflower seeds, zucchini

  • Hey Holly! Just droppin' by in the comment section to give you a little hint about rolling/folding wraps 🙂 it helps if you put all your ingredients in one line in the middle and then tuck in the sides at the top and bottom of this line. Then you roll it up really tight from one of the other two sides. So you won't have the problem with falling out food. I hope this makes sense 😀

  • Food for Thought:

    What is gluten?

    Gluten is found in grains such as wheat, rye and barley. What many people don’t realise is that it’s also found in oats. Supermarkets that label their oats ‘Gluten Free’ are usually referring to the fact that the oats were grown, processed and packed in an area without the presence of wheat, rye or barley. However, oats contain the gluten protein ‘avenin’. There’s a large body of research on this particular debate which is worth investigating.

    Coeliac Disease:

    Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease which is thought to affect one in every hundred people worldwide: it often goes undiagnosed. Coeliac disease is the result of the small intestine’s adverse reaction to gluten. The body attacks the threat thereby causing damage to the small intestine. This damage prevents the proper absorption of vitamins and minerals into the body. For someone with coeliac disease, just a couple of crumbs containing gluten are enough to cause issues. The long term effects are serious and include developing other autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, and other problems such as infertility, dementia and cancer.

    Gluten Sensitivity or Intolerance

    People who are intolerant to gluten, don’t suffer the same damage to their intestines as those with Coeliac disease but studies have shown that gluten intolerance can cause problems such as ME, Lupus, depression and anxiety. Some studies have shown that over 70% of the world’s population has some degree of intolerance to gluten, some studies claim it’s 100% of the population.

    Blocking of Vitamins and Minerals in the Gut

    It is thought that foods containing gluten may block not only the absorption of vitamins and minerals but also have an effect on the production of digestive enzymes. These enzymes are vital to the proper breakdown of the foods we eat.

    THE ABOVE INFORMATION WAS A CUT & PASTE JOB – not my origination.

  • not related to the video: you should check out the paper mate inkjoy 100st pens. i think they are much better than the bic pens that you have, and they also come in a variety of colors, too

  • Hey Holly! First off I really love your videos, they're always so fun and inspiring. Second, could you maybe make a grocery shopping type video? I.e. how often you go, what you usually buy, how expensive it all is etc. One of the major things putting me off veganism is the fear that it'll end up costing too much…