In dealing with questions of nutrition and, consequently, its impact on human health, an interested vegetarian is invariably confronted with the notion of vegetarianism. Despite the predominant positions of members of the meat diet and the " fundamental belief " of people on the need to eat meat, vegetarianism has taken place and, under certain conditions, has gained strength and the number of " carriers " . One of these conditions is. ♪ ♪
Food and protein, as protein (all types of protein) is very important for good health, Americans have become people obsessed with the idea of a high-protein diet. This direction emerged at the end of the Second World War and continued at the beginning of the eightieth. There was a time when some nutritionists recommended that up to 150 grams of protein per day be accepted. People had to eat a lot. ♪ ♪
Fish is meat? The answer to the key question, of course, " yes " in terms of the definition of vegetarianism, but it sounds " no " in accordance with European Union law. It is known that " everywhere " , a part of humanity has only been edible for vegetarian origin, but the term " vegetarian diet " and its definition, formulated and referred only in 1847 to members of the newly established Society in England. ♪ ♪
Vegetarianism. Myths and facts for many vegetarians are still the sphere of myths, particularly in the nutrients. Despite the development of dietary knowledge, vegetarianism continues to be interpreted by some people as insufficient diet. In their view, plant diet does not contain the optimal number of proteins and minerals. Don't let the ignorance of others push you away from vegetarianism.