Vegetarian diet is good. Do you agree? People are not naturally vegetarians, while eating meat...
Vegetarian diet is good. Do you agree? People are not naturally vegetarians, while eating meat in very limited amount is natural for many, can removing meat from the diet completely be an advisable thing for any person, regardless of anything?
Vegetarian diet doesnt seem to have a lot of advantages. A non vegetarian diet is rich in protiens, carbohydrates and fats compared to a vegetarian diet.
However a vegetarian diet reduces the risk of developing gastrointestinal cancers like stomach cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer, oesophagal cancer, etc.
I am a vegetarian and have never suffered from any major deficiencies. Yes it is possible to be a pure vegetarian
Being a vegetarian is good. Veggies are a good source of vitamins but meat is the better source of minerals like protien.
People have been eating meat for millions of years, so I think people need to still eat meat.
I'm a vegetarian, so of course I think a vegetarian diet is good!
It can be tough to make sure to get adequate protein, but eggs and dairy, as well as legumes are good protein sources. Meat isn't unhealthy--but the typical American will eat too much meat that's poor quality and high in unhealthy fat (ie: McDonald's hamburgers).
There are health benefits to going veggie. Veggie has less calories than meat, so you have to eat more of it in order to get your calorie intake. And veggies is more nutrient-dense. In effect, you are getting more nutrients when you go vegetarian.
But that is not to say that all non-veggies are bad. I still eat chicken and turkey. But I have cut out red meat (for the most part) because it is high in saturated fat. I still eat eggs and milk (as there are some benefits to those).
I am vegetarian and I think for me this is the best diet. I believe that every person should be able to listen to his body to understand wich is the most appropriate diet. This is possible only if our body is detoxified by the toxines that we introduce with the junk food: sugar, fat, fried foods, sugary drinks. I am convinced that some recommendations are for all (eg the meat should be eaten every 2-3 days to allow the body to eliminate the toxins resulting from its digestion) but then everyone has to find the diet that makes him feel light, active and energetic
I agree that vegetarian diet is good for i myself is a vegetarian....
personally i would never want to eat only vegetables. i don't believe it's a healthy way to eat which is one of the reasons most vegaetarians take supplements.
by Sturgeonl 6 years ago
Is following a vegetarian diet healthier than a regular diet that includes meat?
by Andrea Lawrence 4 years ago
What would you consider the best benefits of a vegetarian diet?
by Peeples 3 years ago
Is there a right way to start a mostly vegetarian diet?I am thinking about going mostly vegetarian (meaning no red meat with only occasional chicken) however I have no idea where to start. I am doing this for the health benefits, but in order to get those benefits I need to make sure I am getting...
by abentley 7 years ago
I had never had non-vegeterian diet as my parents were vegeterian. So, I would like to ask here that whether eating non-vegetarian diet would be okay for me or would it harm my digestive system any ways.
by TajmaHill 6 years ago
What are your arguments against a vegetarian diet?
by Carolyn Dahl 5 years ago
My 15 year old daughter wants to be a vegan, any suggestions?I have no problem with her wanting to be a vegan, I'm just not sure how to do it since my husband and I are not. I'd appreciate any suggestions, thanks.
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