It is important to understand why lifestyle and food intake are directly correlated with your health profile to understand vegetarianism. Living in an urban environment and being consumed with a job that leaves you little time for eating can create a dilemma when trying to be a vegetarian. From Lacto -Ovo diet (includes consuming eggs and dairy) to strict vegetarian (voiding any animal product) to extreme vegan (a lifestyle choice to avoid any animal products; often adapting to void cosmetics, household items, and textiles that are made with animal byproduct..) Eating Vegetarian or Pescetarian is an important tool to help people with a wide range of health issues.

Veganism is however as problematic as is KETO: If you’re not sure what you’re doing to your body, it can be unhealthy!

Some of Veganism’s extreme adaptations sprout from a religious idea, but for these dieters to appear accurate, they must ignore the reality of where and how most of our food sources are produced. With an extremely narrow view of reality, it is possible to self-convince to adapt to an extreme path in life. It is, however, extreme: Frankly, revoked from facts – worse, it can harm the health of participants. Our markets are inundated with artificial products catering to these “diets” – lazed with by-products that do not legally have to disclose every detail of the ingredients list. Seemingly, the “Vegan-stamp” sufficiently comforts consumers that their foods consumed do not “harm” animals… Vegan as a food choice is often adopted by people who tend to cast “others” as uninformed and ignorant.

The claim that honey is an animal product and should not be a part of any vegan diet is an alarming physiological and physiological imbalance indicator for a good TCM practitioner. The idea that your fruit, vegetables, or legumes could even grow without the ambivalence of nature is absurd. Vegan websites express why “stealing” honey is human abuse… but it’s okay to pick fruit, plug roots, and harvest corn… We consume an astonishing amount of bugs, a byproduct of nature. Not enough varieties of legumes and berries grow in a city garden to guarantee a healthy selection for Vegan consumption. Besides seasonal challenges and our ways to preserve food for transportation and trade, Vegetarians and Vegans must compromise that “natural” perspective? If you’re a true extreme vegan, why do you live in a city, drive a car, shower, flush your toilet, use a cell phone and not eat only seasonal? Do Vegans understand the microbial world: The human digestive track we nourish to stay alive? Are we “stealing” water away from fish? Should the farmer you purchase your items from not be Vegan himself? Purified ash from animals is utilized to filter sugar, and animal products are incorporated into tires and plastic bags.  Your toothpaste, biofuel, and wood glue are made from animal fats. That glycerin in your lava lamp is from animals…

A short-term vegan diet can be a part of a health regimen. TCM encourages eating fewer animal products. It definitely reduces ischemic heart disease. Vegetarians showed lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels, better-balanced blood pressure, and low hypertension (high blood pressure). We have documentations that vegetarians tend not to develop type 2 diabetes, lower overall cancer rates, and lower risk of chronic disease. To achieve an ideal healthy body, it is advised to eat less meat and fish.

Eating vegetarian might not help with weight loss; unless you understand that eating nuts and protein-rich plant-based foods must be chewed longer and consumed in smaller amounts. A veggie paddy often contains more fat than a grilled meat burger. The benefits of eating more natural foods are undeniably healthy. Vegetarians must include food sources that replenish sufficient protein, the whole spectrum of minerals, and easily digestible fibers.

However, we live in a complex world of trade and share a tight space with people that not have many choices. Our food sources have become more complicated. To eat healthy requires us to live healthy, to be aware of and with the people around us. Lastly, be informed correctly!


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