Have you ever tried becoming a vegetarian? And if not, have you ever had such a desire or not?

Have you ever tried becoming a vegetarian? And if not, have you ever had such a desire or not?

Vegan Nutrition: Pure and Simple by Michael Klaper, M.D.

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answers (6)

Answer 1
January, 2021

I've tried it. My best friend married a vegan and away we go. We never bred this srach and did not argue. Although sometimes drunk (they are with cigarettes, and my husband and I do not smoke) they rubbed out about the harm of milk (drunk and with cigarettes) and about pus a couple of times surfaced. But no. If they came to visit, I cooked vegan. Then somehow she stayed with us for a while and I cooked vegan. It was summer, lots of vegetables and fruits and it was great. I finished work early and was home at three o'clock. I noticed that before, when I dined on something meaty, after lunch I was lying around like a seal and did not want to do anything. But after non-meat dinners she was full of strength and energy. Since then, I rarely eat meat when I feel like it. As a rule, in the summer I eat very little of it - once a month or even less. In winter, more often - once a week somewhere. I feel great, I'm happy with everything. To give up meat altogether, I somehow lack internal motivation. I watched these films about murders, but I love to eat so deliciously that I have no strength to refuse at all. But in the vegetarian-meat-eating holivar I will take the side of the vegetarian. That kind of hypocrisy is a little bit, I know. I treat the guys with respect, maybe someday I will have enough strength and will and willpower to give up meat.

Answer 2
January, 2021

I never wanted to become a vegetarian.

But my friend was. I didn’t eat meat for reasons of “it hurts for the animals.”

But later she gave up vegetarianism, as she was also an athlete. And without meat it was difficult and long for her to recover after heavy exertion. From this I concluded that sports and vegetarianism are incompatible.

Answer 3
January, 2021

Tried it! Only vegetarianism was an intermediate step on the path to a raw food diet, approaching which he gave up soda, sugar, semi-finished meat products (I ate only meat bought on the market, no dumplings, sausages, etc.). This preparation took no more than two months. When I realized that I felt comfortable with such a diet, I removed dairy products, and a month later I completely gave up meat. Honestly, I thought it would be much more difficult, but apparently the idea itself captured all my thoughts so strongly that I literally jumped with happiness, making every step towards the goal. I read a lot of literature on proper nutrition, I will not cite here, you can easily find everything on the Internet. Directly on a raw food diet I went through instant cereals and naturally fruits, vegetables, sprouts and nuts, but I felt satiety only from cereals. It took another month. During the transition, I did not feel any major changes in the body and the quality of life in general. It all started in about a month, I am not a fan of writing, so I will try to describe it briefly: imagine that you have been in a cocoon all your life, a muddy, sticky cocoon that does not allow you to breathe deeply, does not allow you to see and hear everything !, what is happening around, in a heavy cocoon that does not allow getting out of bed in the morning and tiresome during the day, a dirty cocoon, as well as thoughts that circle in its walls, annoying and distracting you from everything, not letting in the sunlight .. And all that supports it is food thermally processed. I think it is clear what I felt when it dissipated (:

Now the downside, as I understand it, the cocoon was also woolen, because without it, I became more unstable to cold. About energy I can say the following : at a short distance the meat-eater has more strength, but not endurance, you stop getting tired altogether, but the "lack" of strength is not expressed as a feeling of weakness, there is just so much strength, there is so much (:

the sensations from this experience, now I am not a raw foodist, sometimes life makes me eat whatever I have to, and a raw food diet is not the cheapest food for an apartment-city setting.But after trying, I realized that a raw food diet is what I need, at least for me (:

Raw food is pure health!

Answer 4
January, 2021

Now all idealistic vegetarians minus me. No, I haven't tried it, I don't see the point. If you become a vegetarian out of considerations that you simply do not like meat, then this is not for me. I love meat, although I try to limit its use. Well, if it does - for reasons that we are killing animals, well, then there is almost nothing at all, you cannot use half of your clothes, partially cosmetics and medicines. So honest. If you think about it, even when collecting wheat and rye for bread, combine operators kill many small animals. Also, when collecting many vegetables from the fields, it ends with a massive genocide of the animals living on them and around them. So why is their life less important than the life of a cow or a pig? When you sit at home and a mosquito buzzes, or a fly and you "bang" him and on the wall, he also wanted to live. But "I don't eat meat." And the experiments on poor rats in laboratories? So that all this is interconnected. Unfortunately, this is the cycle of life and karma. And you can't get away from her, so that I refuse to be "two-faced".

Answer 5
January, 2021

I am a doctor. I studied very well at the institute and know perfectly well biochemistry, physiology and human anatomy. I do not believe in the existence of a soul in animals and I do not believe that a person cannot eat them. I have never had a single reason to give up animal meat, neither for biological reasons, nor for emotional reasons.

Answer 6
January, 2021

Oh yes. Not that I tried it - I became, and I quite agree with the popular meme "I feel great!" The desire arose back in school, but no one has yet been able to refuse grandmother's cutlets.

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