"Eating vegetarian foods" is good more than we think.
Created By RISC | 6 months ago
Vegetarianism isn’t just morally good. It’s also good for your health.
Vegetables and fruits are rich in nutrients in all 5 groups. Beans and grains provide proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, while lots of fruit and vegetable have vitamins and minerals. People often worry that they need nutrients from meat. But protein and fat from vegetables have the same nutritional value. Most importantly, the body can adjust to healthy, residue-free, low-calorie, cholesterol-free options.
Eating fruits and vegetables can also benefit your digestive system, purify your blood, reduce cell degeneration, help organs function normally, and build your immune system. You can also reduce the incidence of diseases associated with eating too much meat too such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, fat clots in the arteries, and even cancer of the stomach and intestines.
At this year's vegetarian festival, RISC invites you to try changing your diet. Eat fruits and vegetables and avoid meat. You won’t just gain merit but also sustainably improve your health.