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A vegetarian is one who eats no meat Some claim to be vegetarian but in fact they eat fish and chicken be assured those two species still belong to the animal kingdom this type of vegetarian can be known as a lacto ovo vegetarian Also there are vegans are a more orthodox vegetarian not only do they not eat meat they refuse in eating dairy products like eggs and cheese I believe in vegetarianism for the reason that I think that it is the natural means in which humans should and are meant to eat it is the way god intended some might argue Nutritionally wise being a vegetarian can be seen as a disadvantage by meat eaters because of the lack of protein that is vital for growth and vitamins like B12 consumed in a vegetarian diet Meat eaters perceive meat as being the sole source of protein however it is proven that the quality of this protein is so poor that humans can utilize little of it this is because it lacks the correct combination of amino acids that are the building blocks of protein Also on average people consume five times too much protein than considered necessary this can be dangerous because it can cause serious illness Vegetarians main substitute for protein is tofu tofu in fact contains more protein than meat per 100 grams When it comes to vitamins these can be replaced with vitamin tablets these are just as good as getting vitamins from animal products Meat eaters can also dispute that vegetarians do not get a sufficient quantity of fat in their diet in which to grow but on average the meat eaters cholesterol is too high vegetarians in fact do get a sufficient amount of fat through vegetables like avocados Although vegetarians lack meat in their diet they are surprisingly
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