Despite having a balanced diet I would still consider the following vegan supplements since supplements are the safety net that make up for those days that your too busy for healthy nutrition.
Vegan multivitamin (The key ingredients anyone eliminating meat from their diets should look for are Vitamin B12, Zinc, and Selenium. If you are a menstruating woman between 18 – 50 years old you can also add a supplement with small amounts of Iron.) Check out New Chapter’s everyman or everywoman multivitamin
Vegan Muscle supplement (Meat has a few things that are hard to find in other sources such as Creatine, Carnitine, Taurine, B-12, CoQ10, and Carnosine. These are supplements critical for muscle energy and muscle metabolism) Check out RareMyo - Muscle Vegan Supplement : Vegan B12, Creatine, Carnitine, Taurine, CoQ10, Beta Alanine)
Omega 3 DHA supplement (DHA is a critical 22 carbon chain Omega 3 fatty acid that our bodies require to function and found mostly from marine sources. Luckily our bodies can make DHA from the shorter 18 carbon chain Omega 3 fatty acid called ALA found in nearly all foods. Also many health professionals are now suggesting Omega 3 DHA supplementation due to possible reduced ability to convert ALA to DHA as we age.) Check out Spectrum’s Vegetarian DHA.
Vegan Vitamin D and Calcium (These two vegan supplements are grouped together since they complement one another and are often recommended by health professionals for all adults, regardless of diet.) Check out New Chapter’s Bone strength slim tabs
If you want to read more, this article does a great job https:///blogs/news/4-best-vegan-supplements