Vegetarian Plan & Recipes
This vegetarian meal guide includes foods from plants: fruits, vegetables, legumes (beans and peas), grains, seeds, nuts, dairy products, and eggs.
If you don’t follow the recommended guidelines on nutrition, to start a vegetarian diet won’t necessarily be good for you.
Eating a slice of pizza, and a candy bar, after all, is technically “vegetarian.” If better health is your goal, it’s important to make sure that you eat a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. And also keep in mind that if you eat more calories than you need, even from nutritious, low-fat, plant-based foods, you’ll gain weight.
In this guide, you will practice portion control and you will find nutritious and balanced meals to feel satisfied and with plenty of energy!
Here’s are some benefits you may experience with this meal guide:
• Richer in Certain Nutrients
• High in Antioxidants and Vitamins
• Provides More Digestive Enzymes
• Eliminates Additives and Byproducts Found in Cooked Meat