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What does being natural have to do with being a vegetarian?
Im trying to get closer to my roots and heard its better to be a vegetarian and use natural medicines. Why?
In general, vegetarian foods (specifically the whole plant-based kind) are better for you than animal-based foods and heavily processed foods. Think of it like you're eating foods that are closer to what your ancestors ate, which is what your body is attuned to. It provides more natural energy, healthy weight, and reduces the chances of getting later-in-life diseases. If you're interested in learning more, consider watching Forks over Knives or reading The China Study.
I have been trying to do the same thing. I am not a vegetarian however. I do not eat meat that often, but when I do I get it from local farms or farmers market. I have completely taken out anything processed and I already feel like I have more energy. If you do become a vegetarian or vegan remember that you may need to take natural supplements to make sure you are getting enough iron, calcium, and vitamin B12.
If natural medicines were so great, we wouldn't have had to invent antibiotics.
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