- It's cool, I totally respect
- I'm against it/I don't believe in it
- I don't care
- I'm a vegetarian/vegan!
Most Helpful Guys
I thinks it's up to people what they want to eat and as long they're not cannibals, I don't see the problem. People have different food preferences and that's fine. We can't all like the same food.
As long you're not pushing your vegetarianism or veganism on other people and respects their choice, it's fine. Everyone should respect each others regardless if someone are vegetarian, vegan, meat eater or eats both meat and vegetables.
I would still eat both veggies and meat.
Im not against, but I don’t believe in it.
We are technically animals, our nature is eating other animals.
Meat also has a lot of vitamins and proteins that vegetables doesn’t so is necessary to eat it.
If you want to do it because animals, veganism and vegetarianism also kills animals in a undirected way. Massive sow contributes to deforestation, we need space to sow, space that we take away from nature, so there is another point that I think that makes no sense.
But anyways, it’s your life, if you are happy with it, go for it!
Most Helpful Girl
One vitamin: B12
Vegetarians can eat healthy diets if they mostly eat vegetables, factor in high-protein foods, and eat a lot of beans. Vegetables and fresh foods are great for your body and will make you feel great (and pop great as well lol). The problem is when vegetarians eat mainly carbs, pasta, junk food, freezer "burger" patties, and other unhealthy or sugary foods to consume enough calories that they end up eating a less healthy diet than meat eaters
Veganism is incredibly difficult to pull off well and most people become too physically ill to maintain a vegan diet. While vegetarians can source a high amount of protein from milk, cheese, and eggs, vegans can only find protein in nuts, fruits, and vegetables. Eating a vegan diet is incredibly expensive and you have to diligently plan your meals to consume enough healthy nutrients. Plan on substituting multivitamins daily if you decide to try a vegan diet because your joints will lose lubrication and your hair may fall out and you may get osteoporosis
My sister has been a vegetarian for over a decade but doesn't eat a proper vegetarian diet, so she grew up without proper nutrients (mainly B12). Her joints are always sore, she barely has energy to do anything, and she is physically weak
Take care of your body and eat foods that make you feel good. Starting slow with vegetarianism is a good idea before going vegan, but research proper nutrition so you can plan and eat enough vitamins and nutrients. (Also learn to chew your food well or try using a food processor to help with digesting all the fiber)