Hockey Mom Tips

22 January, 2016 ,

Hockey Mom Tip # 11: Can a Hockey Player be Vegan?


Yes, anyone can be vegan. Hear me out though, it isn’t as simple as that. The more foods that you cut out of your diet, the more that you are at risk of missing out on key nutrients. If you want to perform well on the ice and be healthy, you need to be a good vegan. What’s a good vegan? Someone who makes sure to replace animal products with plant-based foods that are high in nutrients that are more likely to be missing from their diet (iron, zinc, calcium, vitamin D, riboflavin, vitamin B12, and omega-3 fatty acids) is a good vegan. As a vegan, you need to be even smarter about what you eat. French fries and potato chips are vegan, but I think we can all agree that eating a lot of French fries and potato chips is hardly the key to hockey success!

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Margot Lacoste

Margot Lacoste

Margot Lacoste is a retired dietitian, an avid hockey player, and hockey mom to four. Her experience raising children and advising hockey players and teams who play hockey led her to self-publish the first version of the Nutrition Edge for Hockey Players in 2002. She brings her expansive knowledge of hockey schedules, arenas, tournament schedules, and teenage hockey player preferences to this great resource.

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