Vegetarians! Doing research Paper on how Vegetarianism is *healthier* than any other diet. Have info to share?
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June 20, 2019 / By Brenna Question:
Hi Vegetarians! Thanks for stopping in!
I've been a veggie for a year now, and am loving it.
I'm now writing a research term paper on vegetarianism. I want to prove that being a vegetarian is a healthier diet than any other (especially one containing any animal ingredients).
Are there any beneficial websites, books, articles, or so on, that you would recommend I look into for this project? I need info ASAP. Thanks much!
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Alexia | 1 day ago
Well I started loosing weight when I went veg.
& my skin cleared up a whole lot.
good luck on your paper!
peta/peta2.com are very good websites to use.
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Hi, I'm happy to help!
Not too sure about books, although I know some great vegetarian websites.
The Vegetarian Society's website is really good for recipes, nutritional advice, and general information:
Reasons to go vegetarian, the myths and stereotypes, & common questions:
The Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation is a website I found recently. I think it's brilliant, the information is very clear and well presented:
Here is some general information on vegetarian diets:
The Vegetarian Society's Nutrition Sheet:
Why it's green to go vegetarian:
The many health benefits of a vegetarian diet:
I hope this helps you, best of luck with your project! :-)
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Here you go. Look up
American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada; J Am Diet Assoc 2003 vol.103: pp. 748-765.
Davis, Brenda. Cutting Edge Vegetarian Nutrition. Univ or Ariz Program in Integrative Medicine Nutrition and Health Conference. 2005.
Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2003. vol 103: pp. 771-775.
Hope this helps you out.
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First - and that i'm announcing this as a vegan - being vegetarian or vegan isn't unavoidably fit; a veg*n eating habitual could be somewhat healthful or very risky or everywhere in between, as can a eating habitual that is composed of meat. you would be do greater suited to place in writing a paper demonstrating and proving that a veg*n eating habitual could be very healthful, and not lacking in any nutrients, than to attempt and instruct this is fit than the different, Secondly, you have been given some incorrect information here. sort 2 diabetes isn't brought about by employing eating habitual, and there at the instant are not any particular meals, which includes meat, that reason or make contributions to it. And meat isn't related to 'many styles of maximum cancers'. A eating habitual intense in crimson and processed meats is a properly-recognized threat element for colorectal cancers and is known to be a plausible threat element for abdomen maximum cancers, and a eating habitual intense in meat and fat would be a plausible threat element for pancreatic maximum cancers. A eating habitual intense in dairy products is known to be a plausible threat element for prostate maximum cancers. be conscious the words 'intense', 'plausible' and 'would'; and be attentive to that a threat element isn't a reason. and that's quite plenty it for any familiar connection between animal products and the 2 hundred+ styles of maximum cancers. Unsubstantiated claims for the well being reward of veg*nism in basic terms make us all look stupid.
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http://www.chooseveg.com/vegan-health.as... (navigate by clicking on the forward arrow at the bottom. Site includes references!)
The American Dietetic Association is the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. It says: "Vegetarians have been reported to have lower body mass indices than nonvegetarians, as well as lower rates of death from ischemic heart disease; vegetarians also show lower blood cholesterol levels; lower blood pressure; and lower rates of hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and prostate and colon cancer." http://www.eatright.org/cps/rde/xchg/ada/hs.xsl/advocacy_933_ENU_HTML.htm
The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long Term Health
(T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.)
The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and The World
Diet for a New America: How Your Food Choices Affect Your Health, Happiness and the Future of Life on Earth
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Originally Answered: I need help with my research paper?
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