In this video, we’re going to talk about the vegetarian diet and problems being a vegetarian. I’m not against vegetables.
I eat more vegetables than most vegetarians. However, I do think some people can run into some problems being a vegetarian. Problems being a vegetarian:
1. Grainatarian Many vegetarians don’t eat a lot of vegetables. They consume a lot of grains instead. They also consume a lot of artificial meats, which are also unhealthy. There are ways to do a vegetarian diet healthily, but that means consuming a lot of vegetables.
2. Adrenal/Diabetic/Catabolic If you have problems with your adrenals, or you have diabetes, your body may be in a catabolic state. Being in a catabolic state means your body is breaking down its own protein. A vegetarian diet may make the symptoms of this issue worse. Getting protein as a vegetarian can be more difficult.
3. Definition of food We eat food for nutrition. It can be more difficult to get the nutrition you need from a vegetarian diet. The goal of food is to get nutrients.
So whatever diet you choose, it should be a diet that provides you with nutrients. There are problems with being a vegetarian, but some of these problems can be avoided by being careful and doing a lot of research.