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serasin asked:

14 Dec 2008

How do I go vegetarian?

I've been trying to become a vegetarian but I have no idea what kind of diet I should have so that I stay healthy and get all the nutrients I need. Any suggestions on what I'm giving up and how to get it from non-meat sources?



angelscrush says:

Posted on 14 Dec 2008

vitamins, beans for protien.. supplements, shakes.. just search around.


killahhh_d says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2008

speaking as a fellow vegetarian, it's really not that hard.Of course eating fruits and vegetables is a must.I get my protein fromnuts and meat substitute. There are these things called Boca burgers and they're delicious. completely meat free and they have a lot of protein in them.


samanthha says:

Posted on 17 Dec 2008

Being vegetarian is more than not eating meats. Its important that you have a balanced diet with a lot of fruits, veggies, legumes (beans, lentils, peas) for protein, and un-meat. You also should take vegetarian supplements.

Its very important to know what you're getting into so I would suggest researching a bit, to at least know your stuff before you start. There are countless websites and books. Being vegetarian is great (I'm a vegan myself), and probably the healthiest thing you can do for yourself (if you do it right!!) :)


rinji_halfelf says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2008

Just whatever you do, don't become a junk vegetarian, where you subsist on prepackage junk foods. I know girls like this at college, and not only are they over weight, but they are unhealthy.

The important thing is to make sure you eat a bunch of different types of foods each day, and probably learn how to cook.

The Japanese for instance, have a varied diet. They counted all the different types of food people ate in a study. On average, the older women would eat up to 72 different foods a week. That's about 10 different foods a day, without consuming the same thing with in the following week.

Most stores will have deli items you can get, but here in the mid west, you'll find that the choices are rather limited. It's all the same thing, just presented or cooked differently. Seems like people here are scared to try any new fruits or vegetables that become available in the produce section.

If you want to learn some good vegetarian dishes, looking to ethnic foods for inspiration is a good idea.

On of my favorite vegetarian dishes is Hummus.


andriya says:

Posted on 31 Dec 2008

i am a vegetarian and I went to the peta website and they were able to send me a vegetarian starter kit with a cookbook of all the great food you can eat without eating unhealthy food and saying yeah im a vegetarian because i dont eat meet just chips,candy,etc. just experience yourself to new foods and eat healthy. non of that pre packaged stuff. Remember to take vitamins and keep nutrients in your sysytem to you dont become an unhealthy vegetarian..just look up information and that really helped me


babyblue says:

Posted on 19 Mar 2009

start slow first you dont want your body too all of a sudden start functioning differently

lol for me i cant survive without meat even though for lent i cant have it for 40 days

get special recipe books for vegetarians

also browse through the internet for ideas there free n delicious

i love vegetables (:

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