In this post, I will cover why I believe diets don’t work, and then talk about how I like to structure my meals to make sure my body is getting what it needs. So let’s get to it, should we?
Diets Don’t Work!
We’ve talked about how a vegan diet can be healthy if done correctly, but we never talked about what correctly or incorrectly means. I am not a fan of the vegan diet myself, in fact, I am not a fan of any diets at all.
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My time is limited at the moment so I will keep this one short. In this post, I will give you some of the physical benefits you may experience by trying out a plant-based diet.
As mentioned previously, vegans and vegetarians have a lower risk of obesity than meat eaters. A study conducted at the University of Oxford found that the body mass index (BMI) was the highest in meat eaters and lowest in vegans with vegetarians ranging in between. BMI is an approximate measure of whether someone is over or underweight, calculated by dividing their weight in kilograms by the square of their height in metres.
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In this post I will briefly talk about some different diets and why people may opt-in for a vegetarian or a vegan diet. Feel free to comment your thoughts and add on to the subject in the comments.
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