Sunday, September 4, 2011

Vegetarian Diet: Don't be Afraid of Malnutrition

Vegetarian Diet: Don't be Afraid of Malnutrition - Everyone, including vegetarians should eat nutritious food every day to keep the body healthy. However, because only eat foods of plant origin, vegetarians often have a shortage of nutrients contained in foods of animal origin, such as vitamin B12, vitamin D, zinc, iron, protein, riboflavin and fat.

A vegetarian have to be smart in diet, so the nutrients needed by the body can still be met properly. Regulate eating and increase the amount of consumption of vegetable protein is one of the right way. To meet the needs of protein, a vegetarian can consume milk and soy. Beside that, the combination of foods such as rice, cereal, beans, bread and peanut butter is an option that can be tried. To meet the needs of fat, almonds which contain polyunsaturated fattyacids could be the right choice.

So.. as long as eating the right foods, there is no reason for vegetarians to be afraid of malnutrition.

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