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I have one friend, and maybe she'll chime in here who has been vegetarian for a long time and didn't have issues eating it.
*mama to c 2/2000, v 2/2004, p 9/2006, and h 12/2012*
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I actually consider eating the placenta vegan, as its freely given.
I plan to eat the placenta next baby around. I was going to make half into a smoothie and the other half into capsuls ...But I am thinking it would just be easy to make it all into a smoothie, freeze a lot of it into ice cube trays so I can thaw out every evening to have in the morning with breakfast - that way I still get a bit of it everyday over a long period of time...
But my concern is, as a vegetarian (for about 13 years now)....How will my body handle it? I have heard of people who were veggies for a long time, decided to start eating meat again but their body was not used to digesting it so it made them very ill at first. Will this happen if I eat the placenta? Will it make me ill (despite all its nutrience)?
Any veggies here ate their placenta?
The Hippie & the Marine
My boys: S (4) & O (2) & Expecting #3 in Dec. 2011
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