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Question by Mr Edinburgh: Vegetarian/vegan diet?
I am going to go on a diet for weight loss only for 2 months first month will be vegetarian the second will be vegan please give me as much info on being vegetarian or vegan videos websites that sort of thing and tell as much as you can about it thanks.

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Answer by I almost died on a meat based diet
Eat lots of salad. Just keep grazing on salad all day long

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4 Responses to “Vegetarian/vegan diet?”

  1. brookebuzz writes:

    Leaving meat in your diet, even for weight loss is actually good. A better diet is to cut out red meat (pork, ham, hamburgers) If you eat some lunch meat (like turkey or chicken), a side salad and some fruit for lunch, that would be an outstanding meal. The reason meat is good for diets in because it gives you protein to keep you full so you don’t feel the need to eat more later, stopping unhealthy snacking.
    Anyway, I get where you are coming from because I’ve gone vegetarian before too. Some really good ideas for vegetarians is tofu! Tofu is pretty much tasteless, so you can make it taste like anything. I stir-fryed it with vegtables and some teriyaki sauce.

  2. Akash writes:

    Tips for the veg*n diet:
    You need to make sure you eat pulses at least three times a week and fruits and vegetables everyday.
    Have a fruit for breakfast(apart from something else of course) and a vegetable/pulses for lunch and dinner.
    Make sure you include all vegetables,pulses,lentils and beans(kidney beans,chickpeas,black eyed peas,green peas and many more)

    Don’t eat mock meat and soybean as mock meat contains sodium and soybean is bad for health( ).
    Mock meat is also soy based so too much soy can be bad for health.
    Actually even a little soy is bad for health.
    What’s wrong with soy?
    Soy beans are naturally toxic to humans, but they’re harmless when they go through a fermentation process, which is how we get tofu.
    But soy is being used in more and more things these days.
    Just look through your cabinet. You’ll be surprised.
    Anyway, most companies aren’t putting their soy beans through this process because it takes too much time, and time = money.
    Instead, they put it through a chemical process, but this rarely gets rid of the soy’s toxicity completely.
    Symptoms of a high soy diet are thyroid problems, breast cancer, and other complications.
    People get these symptoms because the soy they eat isn’t fermented.

    Mock meat can never be part of a staple diet(food what you eat everyday).
    You CAN have it ONCE IN A WAY.
    Its a luxury and not a need.
    You need to consume naturally occurring FRUITS,VEGETABLES(cauliflower,carrot, potato, beetroot, okra, eggplant, radish, turnip, cabbage, bitter gourd, spinach,capsicum(aka bell peppers)),PULSES(chickpeas,kidney beans,black eyed peas,green gram,black gram,lentils,lablab bean,moth bean,horse gram,cow pea),NUTS(cashew nuts,peanuts,walnuts,pistachios,raisins) and GRAINS.
    Make something like rice and bread your staple diet.
    You can have rice with vegetables for lunch and bread(I have Indian bread usually) with pulses for dinner(or you can do it whichever way you like though that’s the way I do it).
    You can have fruits for breakfast besides something else. You will get all vitamins and minerals from fruits,vegetables,pulses and nuts.
    Also,don’t fall for the myth that says vegans/vegetarians need to take multivitamin supplements.
    Vegans/vegetarians don’t need to take supplements as they get all their nutrients from fruits,vegetables and pulses.
    Supplements are supposed to be taken by people with deficiencies so do not take them unless they have been prescribed to you by a doctor.
    Here are some recipes:

  3. Efsc writes:

    A vegetarian/vegan diet is not a weight loss plan.

    I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if you gained alot of weight on a vegetarian diet. I can see you right now eating nothing but wheat/cheese dishes, mock meats, and pastries.

  4. Lynn writes:

    I don’t know if you realise it, but vegetarian and vegan diets aren’t weight loss diets. Pizza, mac n cheese, doughnuts…..all vegetarian. What you have to do is eat less calories than you expend. As long as you eat less than 2500 calories (assuming that you are male) then you’ll lose weight. Exercise, and you’ll lose even more. There are some websites that can help you.

    Good luck.

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