Going All Veggies

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There are numerous benefits to eating a vegetarian diet, such as:

  • On a balanced vegetarian diet one can very easily lose weight and stay fit.
  • A vegetarian diet fights against cancer, including gender-related cancers such as breast cancer, uterine cancer, and prostate cancer.
  • A vegetarian diet helps fight against heart disease.
  • A vegetarian diet helps you avoid some illnesses caused by e coli, salmonella, and listera, which are the most virulent forms of food-borne illnesses.
  • As far as money is concerned, it’s much cheaper to buy vegetarian food than quality meats and fish.
  • Eating vegetarian is not only healthy, it’s good for the environment as livestock deplete enormous land and water resources.
  • This comprehensive guide contains everything you need to know to make a healthy transition to a vegetarian diet and to maximize the benefits of your new diet. You’ll learn:
  • How to get the nutrients you need while eating vegetarian meals you enjoy!
  • Why the saying you are what you eat couldn’t be more true!
  • The four types of vegetarian diets and how to choose which type is right for you!
  • What our ancestors ate and how this is still directly impacting the health and our digestive systems today!
  • How to transition to a vegetarian diet you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to do when you follow these simple tips!
  • Why the animal agribusiness has been called one of the cruelest practices imaginable and why a primarily plant-based diet is a more humane way to enjoy the fruits of the Earth
  • 7 physical conditions that are directly impacted by a vegetarian diet discover why many people say they have never felt better in their lives within just weeks of switching to vegetarian diet!

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The Different types of Vegetarians



Many people think of vegetarians as one homogeneous group that just doesn’t eat meat.

But nothing could be further from the truth. There are different categories of vegetarians as diverse as the reasons for going vegetarian in the first place.

A vegetarian is generally defined as someone who doesn’t eat meat. But someone who is vegetarian could conceivably eat dairy products such as milk, eggs and cheese.

A lacto ovo vegetarian doesn’t eat meat, fish or poultry, but does consume eggs, milk or cheese.

A lacto vegetarian consumes milk and cheese products, but doesn’t consume eggs.

A vegan is someone who doesn’t consume any animal product or by-product, including dairy food. They eat only vegetables, fruits, nuts, grains and legumes. They also don’t use animal products, such as leather. Vegans also don’t use white sugar because it’s often processed with a substance derived from animal bones that whitens the sugar.

There are other categories within the vegetarian community.

Fruitarians, for example, eat only fruit. Their rationale is that fruits, including fruits such as tomatoes, are self-perpetuating and don’t need to be planted to create the food source. They consider it a way of eating that’s most in balance and harmony with the earth, the most natural.

All of the above will eat cooked vegetables, fruits and legumes.

There is also a growing movement towards eating only raw or living foods. This based on the assumption that cooking food processes most of the nutrients out of it, and to get all the nutritional value, vitamins and amino acids from food, it’s best consumed raw, or juiced. If cooked at all, it should only be cooked to slightly over 100 degrees, so the nutrients are still retained.

The more restrictive you become with your diet, however, the more educated you need to become to be sure you’re getting all the necessary proteins and vitamins that you need to maintain good health, especially muscle and heart health.