After breaking my leg, I got a lot of feedback from people that my diet was the culprit of my injury or that my diet was going to impede my recovery. I'll admit, it did have me worried, so I scoured the internet for information on it. I even found a website called Ask a … Continue reading Vegetarianism and Broken Bones
This process is different for each person. If you've been eating meat all your life, it can be difficult for many reasons: you don't know how to find vegetarian proteins, you don't know any vegetarian recipes (chances are you know a few and you just don't know it), your family could be against it or … Continue reading Transitioning to Vegetarianism
There's surprisingly a lot of controversy around this question. There are different types of vegetarians: lacto-ovo-vegetarians who eat eggs and dairy (some people don't eat eggs or dairy or both... see below) raw foodies who only eat raw, non-cooked foods (nothing over 115 degree, some may eat raw fish and therefore aren't, by my definition, … Continue reading What is a Vegetarian?