The next time you see an advertisement or a hoarding telling you to take up vegetarianism, don’t shrug it off as yet another scheme. The immense benefits of a vegetarian diet in daily routine are now coming in light and doctors claim that it is indeed healthy and wholesome. If the whole idea of turning into a vegetarian makes you a bit jittery, think of it as an experiment and instead start by having “meat-free diets” at least twice or thrice in a week. You will be doing a big favor to the environment and your body.
Adopting vegetarianism as a way of living is not as difficult as it sounds and you will be pleasantly surprised when you explore the various choices a vegetarian diet offers. Not only does it taste good, it is certified healthy! And all of those who have nightmares about their increasing waistline can take heart as a vegetarian diet hastens weight loss and exercises are more effective. One can keep going on and on about the benefits of turning into a vegetarian, besides becoming a Role Model for others! For further interesting information, scroll down.
Healthy and Wealthy, Literally!
We have heard about the health benefits of turning into a vegetarian, but did you know that turning into a vegetarian can actually save your money? Yes, it is a proven fact. Cutting down on meat dishes and instead buying veggies and fruits can actually help you save an average of $4000, annually! Invest this in mutual funds or the stock market and reap the benefits along with excellent health conditions!
Detoxify for Real
Meats and other non-vegetarian products add toxins in the body and make it a bit difficult to get rid off; thus leading to further health complications. A vegetarian diet on the other hand, is easy on the body, is a healthier option, and helps the body to get rid off toxins easily. So if you sweat it out at the gym or do Yoga, you can feel the effects for real.
Save your Heart
Heart attacks are the number one reason that causes unexpected deaths. People as young as 35 years are becoming victims of cardio arrest. The primary cause for this is, alarming levels of cholesterol in the body. A non-vegetarian diet comparatively has more cholesterol content that a vegetarian diet. Due to the stressful lifestyle of today, the cholesterol aggravates the heart leading to a cardiac arrest, which is sometimes fateful. A vegetarian diet has very low, in fact, negligible levels of cholesterol and is thus considered healthy for the heart.
Sometimes, don’t you wish you could live a bit longer to do all those things that you couldn’t because of some reason or the other? This might just come true if you take up vegetarianism. A vegetarian lives at least 7 years more than a non-vegetarian, on an average. So adopting a vegetarian lifestyle will not only do wonders for your body but help you live longer and do stuff that you really wanted to. This is a proven fact by leading medical researchers around the globe.
Thank Mother Nature
Blame me for getting emotional, but turning into a vegetarian will give you a chance to thank Mother Nature and do your bit for the environment. Every year, millions of animals are slaughtered to decorate your plates. By tuning into a vegetarian, not only would you be doing your bit to save those animals but also make a really strong social and a political statement. You may also become the next celebrity propagating vegetarianism and get your 15 minutes of fame!