What is your opinion on vegetarianism/veganism?

I'm considering changing my diet and becoming a vegetarian. That's where I'll start, then I'll see if I could eventually become vegan. What is your opinion on vegetarianism/veganism?
  • It's cool, I totally respect
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  • I'm against it/I don't believe in it
    Vote B
  • I don't care
    Vote C
  • I'm a vegetarian/vegan!
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  • 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.

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  • 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!

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  • 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)

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What Guys Said 28

  • Nah fam. I feel bad for those people. May god bless their soul

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  • I don't think it's for me, at least not now anyway, but I do think it's good to have non-meat options to get vital calories e. g. protein, carbs, etc, so I don't have a problem with it, as long as people aren't bitchy or pushy about it.

    Most of my protein doesn't come from any animal products, at least I don't think so.

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  • I love vegetables I love veggie pizza and veggie calzones but it just seems it would be too hard to cut out meat and cheese all the time I could definitely do it here and there though and I also love veggie burgers and all kinds of hot peppers broccoli rabe and all kinds of stuff but meat satisfies me more

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  • Some people feel just fine as they turn to vegetarianism; some don't get enough from veggies. Try it for some time like two months and decide if it suits you. You may also have to use vitamins. If you don't live in India you may have less edible plants and those you have may be of inferior quality.

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  • Vegetarianism is a good healthy choice. No issues, Veganism is a Movement, not unlike a religion and don't want either's opinions or ideas shoved down my throat.

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  • I have great respect for vegetarians.

    I don't care for vegans.

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  • just being veggie first is a good way to go. its easier than you think to be vegetarian but if you go straight into being vegan its not so easy and it may put you off the whole notion of not killing animals

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  • Vegetarianism is healthy, but the only reason to go full vegan is lactose intolerance.

    Ultimately, an omnivorous diet is the most healthy, so long as one pursues activities to support it.

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  • They can do whatever the hell they want, but is still think some meat is part of a healthy diet.
    And I don’t want to hear about

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  • It's cool but I find it hard to get the nutrients I need without eating meat. Especially when I have a lot of work I need to do and need a lot of fuel. I think they must eat a lot of nuts.

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  • Not my cup of tea, as long as they let others do what they want they are cool.
    But there is a portion of them who take a lifestyle choice too far by turning it political.

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  • Slowly transitioning. Too difficult for me to go vegan right away.

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  • I try to keep my meat/animal product consumption to a minimum. Animal agriculture is a VERY bad thing, as is taking the life of any sentient being. I respect you

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  • I don't care, I won't change, and as long as they don't force it on me, we're cool.

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  • It's cool, but probably more expensive. And I like comfort food. I couldn't be either..

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  • Good for them as long as they don't go around preaching that i should convert.

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  • It's totally fine, just don't be douchy about it, or try to force it on others.

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  • Vegetarianism I get, veganism is just pushing it to the extreme.

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  • Great choice. Stop eating dead animals. The sooner, the better.

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  • i'm a vegetarian, you have my support.

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  • I'm veggies..

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  • To each their own I will keep eating meat

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  • I am not a vegetarian. I respect vegetarians.

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  • Good luck

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  • As long as done right great way of living

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  • I'm vegetarian

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  • Bad..

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  • Vegans are weak

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What Girls Said 8

  • I am not one and I don't consider it, but I am totally fine to all. Some just can't eat meat and makes them have sickness, some are against for not being a part of killing animals or choosing to become one for health.

    I respect to all.

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  • Everything in life comes with a price. I wouldn't advise it.

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  • Just make sure to get enough protein in your diet. I just don't like it when vegetarians and vegans try to push their beliefs on others.

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  • I respect it but im not one.
    But i feel like most vegans hate us, meat eaters 😂

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  • I don't care 1 way or the other. If your happy fine just don't push it on me.

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    • eat more veggies they are good for you

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    • Thankfully being in as good a shape as I was it wasn't a bad one.

    • Sorry to hear that I had something similar I had blood clots in my lungs and it put a strain on my heart they thought it was a heart attack but it reversed when the clots dissolved and my heart went back to normal

  • C... lol

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  • I respect it.

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  • I respect it.

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