Did you know these facts?

  • Vegetarian foods are a major source of nutrition for most people in the world.
  •  Vegetarians have lower rates of heart disease and some forms of cancer than non-vegetarians.
  •  Vegetarian diets can be simple and easy to prepare

 What is a vegetarian?

Broadly defined, a vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat, poultry, and fish. Vegetarians eat mainly fruit, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds, and nuts. Many vegetarians eat eggs and/or dairy products but avoid hidden animal products such as beef and chicken stocks, lard, and gelatin.

Being Vegetarian is a choice but not a force. Some are being vegetarian because they are forced to, upon religion, some with love towards animals,

Others could be because of health and some just having interest in terms of life style.

There are couple of other reasons which might explain further:

  1. Your health: prevent disease. Meat-eating has been linked with cancer, heart disease, strokes, diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, kidney stones, and many other devastating diseases. By eliminating meat   from your diet you can take a crucial step towards a long life of health and happiness.
  2. Increased energy and endurance: A vegetarian diet improves your stamina, concentration, and sense of well-being. In one study, athletes who switched to a vegetarian diet improved their endurance to almost 3 times as much as those who remained carnivorous.
  3.  Become a more peaceful person: when we consume animal flesh products we are necessarily at odds with nature and our fellow living beings. Consumption of flesh foods has been scientifically linked with violent and aggressive behavior.
  4.  Have compassion for animals: animals who are raised for slaughter needlessly experience incredible suffering throughout their life and death. Many people try not to think of the torturous experiences of the animal whose flesh ended up in their hamburger or on their dinner table. But if it is distasteful to think about, consider what it is like to experience it.
  5. Vegetarianism is moral and ethical: give the devastating consequences of meat eating on an individual, social and ecological level, as thinking, caring beings we should choose vegetarianism. Many great philosophers such as Plato, Socrates, Leo Tolstoy, and George Bernard Shaw have taught the morality of vegetarianism.


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  1. Lynn says:

    Vegetarians do not complicate their stomach with various food types. It is a simple diet but still adequate. I only disagree with the reason of religious restriction.

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