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Post Vegetarianism
Vegetarianism…alternative names as Lacto-ovovegetarian; Semi-vegetarian; Partial vegetarian; Vegan; Lacto-vegetarian.

Definition of Vegetarianism: A vegetarian diet is a meal plan that contains little or no animal products.

Types of vegetarian diets include:

* Vegan: Diet consists of only foods of plant origin.
* Lacto-vegetarian: Diet consists of plant foods plus some or all dairy products.
* Lacto-ovovegetarian: Diet consists of plant foods, dairy products, and eggs.
* Semi- or partial vegetarian: Diet consists of plant foods and may include chicken or fish, dairy products, and eggs. It does not include red meat.

Function: A person may choose to follow a vegetarian diet for a variety of reasons, including religious, moral or political beliefs, economics, or the desire to eat more healthy foods.

The American Dietetic Association states that a well-planned vegetarian diet can deliver good nutrition. Dietary recommendations vary with the type of vegetarian diet. For children and adolescents these diets require special planning, because it may be difficult to obtain all the nutrients required for growth and development.

Nutrients that may be lacking in a vegetarian's diet include:

* Vitamin B12
* Vitamin D
* Riboflavin
* Zinc
* Iron
* Protein

Protein is necessary for good health. There are two types of protein: complete and incomplete. Complete proteins contain adequate amounts of the essential substances (amino acids) needed for health. They are found in meats, milk, fish, soy, and eggs. Incomplete proteins contain all of the essential amino acids, but not enough of them.

You do not have to eat animal products to get complete proteins in your diet. You can mix two incomplete proteins or an incomplete protein with a complete protein to get the proper amount. Some combination's are milk and cereal, peanut butter and bread, beans and rice, beans and corn tortillas, and macaroni and cheese.

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“Vegetarian” is a absolute term for a array of diets that exclude meat, poultry, and fish. A lot of healthful, the authentic vegetarian (or "vegan") diet, alone includes foods of plant origin, such as nuts, seeds, vegetables, fruits and grains.

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Vegetarian means it consisting wholly of vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, and sometimes eggs or dairy products vegetarian diet. Many study prove that vegetarians have a longer life expectancy than those who eat non vegetarian food diet.

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Vegetarians easily accommodated their protein needs by eating a assorted diet, as continued as they absorb abundant calories to advance their weight.Vegetarians generally have a lower accident of high blood pressure and a lower amount of Type 2 diabetes than do nonvegetarians.

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