The vegetarians are the type of people who avoid consuming the meat of animals or its products. All things in our life have their advantages and disadvantages, being a vegetarian too. Many people consider vegetarian diet as the food perfectly style, which protects the health, keep them exceed the disease and increases their longevity.There are a lot of reasons to be against that being a vegetarian is not a good choice which you have ever made. First of all, one of the most important argument is that it is difficult to eat enough proteins. The majority of people worry about this. They are afraid of consuming less proteins. It there are less proteins in your body, even it will cause some serious illnesses. Also, the most people know that the meat of animals is the center of proteins and vitamins. That is why, when you eat a vegetarian meal, you will not be able to take the most significant elements to your body or you can, but you have to eat a lot of things. however, this will be a load to your digestion and you will have a stomachache.
good argument. i can see why some people would prefer meat over veggies because of taste and of course nutritional values but the fact is that plants themselves have the same if not even more nutrional value as a non vegetarian meal would have. one main fact is that you have to look at an "energy cycle". (something i learned in high school) see the concept is that the energy plants need to grow comes from the sun 100% of it is taken in. when, lets say a deer eats grass it would get only 10% of the original energy so on and so forth. because the plant used the rest for it's functions. now lets say we eat chicken we would get 10% of the 10% the amount of energy the chicken got from the grain it eats. by the time we humans eat an animal we are get a very low amount of energy hence we need to eat more. now to the protein thing. sure some plants don't have alot of protein, guess what they are not the only plants in the world you can eat potato, beans and wheat which have a very good amount of protein.