Description

  • No chicken, poultry, meat, fish, or seafood.
  • Vegetarians eat mostly yogurts, eggs, legumes, whole grains, tofu, soy, plant-based proteins.

Considerations

  • Many studies have shown that vegetarian diets are kinder to the planet: Less land used for raising and feeding livestock; less pollution; less energy use; and fewer “greenhouse gas” emissions that contribute to global warming.
  • Many experts agree that meat-replacement diets such as Vegan, Vegetarian, and Plant-Based would be far superior to the typical American diet.
  • For most people, it is a lifestyle diet. The primary goal is often not weight loss but overall health and animal and environmental protection.
  • A lot of research shows lower risks of diabetes, CVD, Colon, and breast cancers