The Pursuit of Nutrient Balance

June 5, 2012

Pursuit Of Nutrient Balance

Many side effects of vegetarian not carnivorous, such as the extensive use of meat and animal fat food, not only increase the burden on the digestive system, leading to gastrointestinal gallbladder disease, but also caused increased cholesterol, blood viscosity increased, cause coronary heart disease, pulmonary heart disease, hypertension, stroke, obesity, cancer and other chronic diseases. But let a lot of people eating at least objection. This in addition to the reasons for carnivorous delicious, is worried that a vegetarian diet nutrition is not enough. In fact, this kind of understanding is the lack of scientific basis. Nutrient vegetarians can from their food was in the balance, which can be proved from the Buddhist monk longevity daily recipes and modern vegetarian recipes. The northern Japanese law Zong length Shimizu Te presided over the big west Liangqing in Showa fifty-eight years (1983) died, at the age of 107. He has been for decades to get up at six o’clock in the morning, eat very simple things. His three meals a day: breakfast for Mei Gan, pickled turnips, tofu miso soup, rice congee two bowls; lunch breakfast rest, or noodles; dinner is tofu soup, spinach or other greens mix of plain white rice bowl. Since Oonishi Ryo presided over the practice, not eating meat.

Dr. Zheng Huiwen of the United States of America pharmacy vegetarian recipes of California University, put forward “221 vegetarian method”, by who, the United States Department of health, the British Ministry of health recognition, promotion. “221 vegetarian method” to two grains, fruits and vegetables, two copies of a beans with the proportion of the meal. “221 vegetarian” is able to ensure adequate intake of vegetarian nutrition, especially protein and carbohydrate vegetarian easy to overlook. May adjust.

In short, vegetarian nutritious and easy to digest, list, can meet the demand of various nutrients the human body, vegetarian does not cause the lack of nutrients caused by malnutrition or infirmity.