HOW TO BECOME
A VEGETARIAN: DON'T EAT ANYTHING THAT HAS A FACE
How to become a vegetarian is easy - but why become a vegetarian is
the question most carnivores ask?
While you probably have heard the expression: "You
are what you eat," has it ever crossed your mind what it means?
Think about that phrase next time you bite into that meaty hamburger. Or that slab of meat lying
on your plate that you call a "steak".
Or you could learn how to become a
vegetarian and change your eating habits for the better.
Unfortunately, in some ways, humans have become what they
Have you ever looked at a photograph of blood plasma after consuming a cheeseburger? What used to
be a clear substance has now become cloudy due to the cholesterol and fat absorbed from injesting a high-in-fat
Along those same lines, we also become the very things we refuse to eat as well. After you make
the decision to switch to a more vegetarian focused diet, you become less fatty and far less prone to the various
types of cancers.
Furthermore, your cholesterol levels begin to improve as well. Once we begin to
eat less animal products and instead focus on leaner, healthier food, other fitness and health
issues are reduced. In many cases, the incidence of Type II
diabetes is reduced as well.
You’ll begin to notice your blood pressure in a normal
range and you’ll realize that your body will require less medication
than before. Even if you’re on a prescription health plan, adopting
a healthier lifestyle saves you money on co-payments and
If your family suffers from a history of high blood pressure or high cholesterol, now is as
great as time as ever to revise your eating habits. Once you begin to adopt a more vegetarian diet, statistics show
that you can reduce your risk of disease.
Because vegetarians are statistically healthier than an omnivorous person, they are
also leaner and tend to live longer. So, why become a
Isn’t it time you sat down and thought about what you want to be and
then eat accordingly? Are you satisfied with being sluggish and fat? Do
you enjoy partaking in the risk that comes with eating animal products
and their high-fat content?
Or, do you wish to look like and be what vegetarians are: fitter and leaner with
a long lifespan? Now is as good as time as ever to change what you’re
eating and increase your chances of a longer, fitter life.
So why not take the advice of the late Linda Mcartney, probably the world's
most famous vegetarian, who said "don't eat anything that has a face".
know why humans eat meat?
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