Dietitian Reviews Cheap Lazy Vegan | What I Eat in a Day Youtuber Review

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I’m back with another What I Eat in a Day Review and this week I’m reviewing a fellow Canadian girl, Rose of Cheap Lazy Vegan. She’s got lots of videos for vegan recipes, meal prep, what I eat in a day, and vegan mukbangs videos which I find problematic but ill save that rant for another time. So let’s get on to the review, with one of her most recent What I Eat in a Day videos.
Fun fact, a recent study was done looking at weight gain over the holidays, and no surprise, weight does increase, but just like 1.3 pounds. Honestly, I wouldn’t stress about this. IIf you go into the holidays with a cheat day or I guess a cheat season mentality, then you’re bound to eat past your satiety cues and then spend the rest of the year restricting in an effort to make up for it.
She’s not doing some sort of crazy diet, not fasting until late, she’s just intuitively waiting for her body to wake up and start feeling hungry! if it works for her it works for me.
This is so much better than grabbing all of the different bags and scooping and portioning out each ingredient. I mean, there are a LOT of expensive supplements in here, so this smoothie definitely isn’t cheap Ms. Cheap Lazy Vegan, but I’m sure its satisfying. And I love that she has included a lot of protein from the powder and the hemp seeds, it’s got the healthy fats and Omega 3’s from the chia and flax seeds, lot’s of antioxidants, and it’s even a great source of iron which can sometimes be difficult to plan into a plant-based diet.
I love the focus on getting in lots of greens and vegetables. They are great sources of fibre, calcium, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and folate. Chinese broccoli even has some omega-3 ALA content so YAY.
Steaming is great if you’re trying to save some calories without cooking with oil, and it’s a better option than boiling to retain more of the nutrients.
I love how Rose always makes sure to get a satiating source of protein in. Soy tends to get a bad rep- there’s all sorts of theories about it causing cancer, or thyroid problems, or even messing with fertility. However, there’s a lot of research that shown health benefits of soy, even for non-vegans.
One thing I love about this recipe that Rose is showing is that it has a variety of cooking methods- she’s steaming the vegetables, pan frying the tofu, and boiling some noodles.
Overall, I’d say Rose’s diet is really well balanced and well thought out.
Her diet is really high in fibre and she’s getting about 50 g on this day. She’s also getting in good sources of omega 3 even without the supplement, and she’s meeting her calcium, iron, and B vitamin requirements that are sometimes the hardest to get on a fully vegan diet. Because of the variety of protein sources, she is consuming, she’s also getting all of her 9 essential amino acids- which if you didn’t know, soy is one of the only plant-based source of protein that contains all of the essential amino acids.
Here’s what I like about Rose’s WIEIAD:
Her recipes are simple and delicious
She uses a variety of ingredients
She sends out positive food and nutrition vibes
So hope you guys enjoyed this video. If you did, give it a like, make sure to leave a comment down below with who I should do next, and subscribe to catch all the new videos that will be coming out soon.
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36 Replies to “Dietitian Reviews Cheap Lazy Vegan | What I Eat in a Day Youtuber Review”

  1. I love the recipes. I agree they are easy and will give them a try but oh boy it is not cheap at all 😀 Tofu the used veggies and all the fancy oils and vinegar are quite expensive. I use them only as a treat haha. But the recipes are great anyway.

  2. Please review an Alana Blanchard/Jack Freestone what I eat in a day! They are vegans but don’t ever seem to restrict them self! Jack likes mock meat and Alana doesn’t but they never seem to judge each other. They also have the chunkiest vegan baby I’ve ever seen!

  3. Cool to see a dietician review a vegan diet and be positive about it. There’s a lot of vegans on YT that are nuts and do not eat a balanced vegan diet, and you’re right they don’t eat normal portion sizes for any normal person. It doesn’t shock me that a lot of people recently this year went off a plant based/vegan diet. I’ve been vegan for 4 1/2 years, I’ve always ate intuitively because I always watched these vegan Youtubers and didn’t understand how they were satiated or felt good ever!

  4. Loved this video and will be checking out CLV's vids too. I've been subbed to Freelee for nearly a decade. I've been veggy for around 35 years and am trying to transition to vegan. Yeah, for two years now. I also just took up mountain biking again at the age of 66! Heh, unfortunately, I'm even lazier with my diet, so really need some lazy vegan tips! First thing though, I'd better tidy up the kitchen . . . !

  5. You should review Oat Fiber. She has a fair amount subscribers and pretty radical diet I would be interested in what you'd have to say about it.

  6. Wow you really are uneducated when it comes to nutrients in plants. Sad to see someone with thay kind of knowledge having a degree in nutrition.

  7. I'm not a big fan of WIEIAD videos, but they do sometimes offer some great inspiration for those times when you've got a handful of random ingredients that need consuming and don't know what to make. As a plant-based eater myself, I find that the food I make now is much tastier and more creative than when I used to include animal proteins in my diet. And I'm not the only one that feels that way. I also cook for my 75 yo mother, and she is always telling people what a great cook I am, and she never used to do that before I went plant-based. Anyway, they've only done one WIEIAD video, but check out Krocks in the Kitchen. They're a great St. Louis, MO, couple following a plant-based diet who've lost almost 300 pounds between them over the last 15 months or so.

  8. Thank you for the reminder that vegans don't need some secret special food. We eat stuff from regular grocery stores. Even Ben and Jerry will tell ya that 😀 I have never liked veggies, still don't eat enough, but better than before I was vegan. Thanks again.

  9. What do you think about the snake diet? i was thinking about trying it
    I'm 13 and my height is 5'2 and i weigh 53.0kgs so what do you think i should do to lose weight? i was hoping to lose 7kgs

  10. I see in the description it says that soy is one of the few plants that contains all essential amino acids which is wholly untrue as most plant foods contain all 9 essentials

  11. I'd love for you to review "More Salt Please". She is doing a lower carb vegan protocol at the moment and i really enjoy her videos so would be really great to have a dietician opinion on them!!

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