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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 14:01
nope.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 14:06
No, being vegetarian does not mean you will lose weight, many veggies are overweight because some of them eat too many calories, processed, junk food, fatty and fried food. Sugary and sweet foods.. However a carefully, well balanced veggie diet can aid weight loss because meat is loaded with saturated fats and calories. Exercise is an important part for losing weight alongside an healthy veggie diet.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 14:11
nooooo really..are u kidding of course u will... are u stupid u eat garbage u get fat... if u stop eating things that make u fat the problem goes away... this isnt rocket science... stop shoving ur face with garbage all day and ull stop being the fat obese disgusting pig that u are right now...
Answer #4 | 19/12 2013 15:21
You only lose weight when you eat less than you burn off. If that's on a vegetarian diet, then you'll lose. But you don't necessarily lose JUST because you're on a vegetarian diet.
Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 15:53
Vegetarianism is NOT about losing weight, it is about caring about how animals are treated.
Answer #6 | 20/12 2013 11:05
Depends on the vegetarian foods you eat. Just because a processed food has Vegan stamped on the side doesn't mean it's even low fat. If you're eating mostly raw vegetables, you will be hard pressed to eat too much of them. Just the chewing time will slow you down. You should still be aware of eating too much fruit and eat about a handful of raw nuts or seeds for the fats/oils your body needs. Processed oils should be avoided, minimized. When Rip works with people to help them get healthier and lose weight, he pulls the olive oil. I still use some within a total calorie perspective. Carbs is the next area to monitor. Complex carbs will give your body energy for hours, quinoa and oats are a couple good ones. Avoid white flour, white sugar, white rice, and processed foods in general. These digest too quickly shocking your body, a foods' glycemic index will tell you this aspect. The first big health thing I learned is to properly combine foods. Book: Fit for Life. Generally, eat fruit by themselves. Veggie combinations are generally not an issue. If I were you, I would also change my goal. When you eat healthier foods, plant based foods, especially raw ones, in the right proportions, weight will come off. I hope this is a lifelong change because dieters fail; they come off the diet and typically put on more weight. I've done both. The other product to avoid is wheat, even whole wheat because most of it is from dwarf wheat. Book: Wheat Belly. Health basics: drink the right amount of water--use an online calculator, usually take a multi-vitamin, combine your food properly, eat 80% alkaline foods, exercise properly, avoid poisons (research fructose & aspartame, pesticides, gmos), look at getting the B12, electrolytes and organic sulfur you need, research the best and worst foods. Increase health and cut costs by eliminating junk, all store drinks, grains cooked with legumes are high in all essential amino acids, and soups for breakfast, and invest in organic veggies as much as possible. Electrolytes is one of the main keys, having the right balanced amounts. http://nutrition.about.com/library/blwatercalculator.htm http://www.naturalcuresnotmedicine.com/2013/11/why-you-should-be-drinking-alkaline.html http://www.alderbrooke.com/chart.php http://www.eatingrules.com/2012/02/cooking-oil-comparison-chart/ When you want more plant-based foods, here are some recipes. Rip Esselstyn @ TED, former firefighter and 12yr professional tri-athlete, food that satisfies Texas-beef guys, dropping weight and their cholesterol by 60pts. http://engine2diet.com/recipes/favorites/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAkEYcmCCCk Books: Fit for Life, Engine 2 Diet, The Natural Way to Heal, Wheat Belly http://www.naturalcuresnotmedicine.com/2013/08/the-world-according-to-monsanto-full.html If you want the next level of understanding how your body works and how best to feed it, research electrolytes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrolyte http://www.modernmedicine.com/node/44461 Results of Best foods: Amazing 70yr old woman vs typical USDA food results, using her backyard youtube.com/watch?v=qj7dhoHpyssf Food and drink should not be boring; it should be as lively as our imagination. Try a variety of recipes, experiment. Here's a site I use for ideas. Just type in an ingredient or dish name, add vegan to the list for health. http://www.yummly.com Congrats, you're asking the right questions, and hopefully heading down a new path. I hope these help you. Best wishes, good eats!

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