Vegetarianism: A Healthier Path to Spiritualityby Tim Erway
When we switch from eating meat to a vegetarian-based diet, we become less fat, less prone to many types of cancers
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When we decide to eat healthier, and switch to a more agrarian diet, or in layman’s terms, become more vegetarian, we begin to see major changes in the way’s our bodies react to how we eat, as well as how it deals with what we eat.
When we switch from eating meat to a vegetarian-based diet, we become less fat, less prone to many types of cancers. Our cholesterol can improve. When we’re leaner and eating fewer animal products, then many other health and fitness issues are reduced.
The incidence of Type II diabetes is reduced. Blood pressure falls into normal ranges. When you’re healthier, you’re taking fewer medications.
For example, if you have a family history of high cholesterol or high blood pressure, then it’s particularly incumbent on you to revise your eating habits.
Moving towards a more vegetarian diet has been shown statistically to reduce the incidence of so many of the diseases of most industrialized countries.
Vegetarians are statistically healthier than omnivorous persons...
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