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There is no doubt that vegetarian diets are good for your health. Research shows that people following a balanced plant-based diet are consistently slimmer and healthier than meat eaters. They also have a lower risk cardiovascular disease, certain cancers and type 2 diabetes that’s a big tick in anyone’s book. But not all vegetarians, or vegans, are healthy, Like any diet, it comes down to what you pack on your plate.
Plant Based Diet
Plant based diets are typically rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and legumes, but that’s not always the case. You could just as easily load your meat free plate with creamy pastas or mountains of white bread. Foods that are highly processed, such as refined carbs, are the nemesis of any diet and when it comes to being vegetarian, regularly including in these types of foods can actually wipe out the health benefits gained from eating meat-free. According to medical professional, eating an unhealthy vegetarian diet can put you at an even higher risk of illness than someone eating a well-balanced diet that includes meat and dairy. So how you can avoid common mistakes and ensure you are eating a healthy vegetarian diet?
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“When it comes to healthy diet, balance is key.”
Its always best to focus on eating fresh, whole foods and avoid overly processed foods as much as possible.
Dont Forget Protien
Going vegetarian doesn’t mean simply cutting meat from your diet. its about swapping meat-based protien for plant-based protien sources such as legumes, tofu and tempeh. it really is easy to meet your daily protein needs without eating any meat.
Mix it up:
Different fruits, vegetables and grains will nourish you in different ways, so its important to mix up the menu to make sure you arent missing out on esssntial vitamins, mineral and healthy fats. Focus on getting healthy carbs ( sweet, nuts and seeds), protein (lgumes, tofu), calcium (dark leafy greens, brocoli, almonds), iron( lentils, soybeans, nuts) vitamin B12, (fortified soy or nut milk) and vitamin D (mushrooms, fortified soy milk) in your diet.
Refresh Your Favourite Reciepes
Adobpting a vegetarian lifestyle doesnt mean you miss out on your favourite comfort foods, simply give them a meat-free refresh for a healthier version with bags of flovour. Try switching minced meat for lentils and mushrooms to make a rich bolognese, add abroad beans or chickpeas to your favourite winter soups of curries, beef up your cottage pei with mushies, switch our your hamburger patty for delicious egg or tofu filling, or try great tasting meat-free products from the health, chilled and frozen sections of the super martket.