Yeah! Like I can afford to lose weight! I have to eat just to keep what little I have.
She's actually doing it to try to lose weight, but woe be to me to mention that maybe she should just stop the continuous snacking.
Well neither here nor there .
To be honest , from what I read all veggie diet is NOT good for anyone . Unless your a herbivore and oddly fat like a cow Keep in mind that humans are not built like a cow and cannot eat grass alone .
Humans need certain proteins , enzymes and acids found in meats - that is not present in Nuts , grain and vegetables . Take a whole society that is vegetarian like India , indians who are totally vegetarian by virtue of product of religion . Yet to survive they have to take vitamin shots once in awhile when they feel weak .
Anyway Eat salads 70% of the time - get a nice honking steak diner the rest of the time = moderation
It's really not that hard to eat a veggie diet that's balanced, I've been doing it for 30 years (with a 2-year fish-break around 1988).
People's body types differ, some fare better on a veggie diet than others (even within the same culture - depends on genetic history to some extent). Same with being vegan. People in India who need vitamin shots, probably a lot of them it's because their diet is poor, not veggie - the standard of living is a lot lower there for many people.
Point is, it's up to you whether you want to be veggie or not, but saying 'you can't be a healthy veggie' ignores the evidence of millions of healthy veggies and conveniently focuses on the ones who aren't healthy, and who may be unhealthy for reasons other than the absence of animals from their diet anyway.
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