in fact, the concept of vegetarianism is completely false. you cannot eat any living plant cells, seeds, plant fruits. eating these foods a vegan destroys life. to be completely honest, you can only eat honey, milk and butter from it, you can drink water and collect resin from trees.
In fact, this statement is more of a marketing ploy or, among the common people, it is "false" , the fact is that meat contains the same essential amino acids as glycine (many know it in the pharmacy as the drug "GLYCIN" , "GLYCESED", etc. to normalize the nervous system and sleep) and tryptophan (tryptophan-based drugs produce drugs for stress, as well as to prolong life, etc.)
Yes! From my own experience I can confirm! Sometimes the energy has nowhere to even put (even in winter). I want to walk all the time / do something energy-consuming. Go vegetarian)
I'll just leave it here
See what the strongest man in Germany explains for a vegan diet for athlete.
By becoming a vegetarian, a person removes many "toxic" and difficult to digest foods. Therefore, at first you can feel a surge of energy. However, meat (poultry, fish, eggs) is a natural "concentrate" of nutrients. To compensate for the rejection of meat, you need to balance the vegetarian diet for protein, vitamins and other nutrients.
It's not over. Suffice it to recall that the vast majority (if not all) of professional athletes eat meat. Since people who earn on physical activity and energy do not believe in it, I certainly do not I will. Until I get scientific evidence, of course.