Five Reasons I Don’t Recommend Going Vegetarian (Vegetarianism tends to a…
Five Reasons I Don’t Recommend Going Vegetarian
Going vegetarian often leads to sugar addiction
Not eating meat will result in not consuming enough fat to provide energy
To get energy people will eat sugar and this leads to addiction
Modern dairy is not healthy
Raw milk is full of beneficial enzymes, probiotics, healthy fats and proteins.
Most milk in America is pasteurized and homogenized which damages milk’s nutritional profile
This makes it highly indigestible.
Vegetarianism tends to a diet high in grains
Few companies ferment, soak and sprout their grains
This can lead to digestive problems, malabsorption, fatigue and a whole host of connected health problems
(Refined) Grainsare high in starch which is essentially chains of glucose molecules and thus sugar.
Vegetarianism is not native to most climates in America and thus does not support local food systems
Traditional way of raising animals is vital for the sustainability of local food systems
Animals play essential roles in building topsoil by grazing, roaming and defecating
Without animals on farms, fossil fuel-based, unsustainable fertilizers are needed
Vegetarianism tends to a diet high in soy
Vegetarians eat tofy and thus soy to get protein, which tastes bland
Companies add spices, flavorings, chemicals and fillers to make their tofu taste better, which are not real foods
This can lead to health problems
Studies show that soy is healthy for hormone balance, but those are funded by the soybean industry