I think meat eaters have many prejudices against people who consciously abstain from meat: On the one hand there is the allegation that a vegetarian diet has many disadvantages, for example due to the limited diet and the lack of variety. On the other hand, it is often claimed that vegetarians are unhealthy. But is that really true or isn’t it rather the other way around? I think eating a vegetarian diet could be a good way to treat high blood pressure without medication and people who want to reduce the human impact on the environment, the simplest and cheapest thing anyone can do is to eat less meat. As a vegetarian, you can eat unhealthy food, just as you can as a meat eater. Vegetarians enjoy many advantages thanks to their diet: Because vegetarians who eat a balanced and varied diet usually have a better state of health than meat eaters. I prefer to be a vegetarian because there is a lower risk of diabetes. It may offer some benefits over a non vegetarian diet — such as reducing your risk of some diabetes-associated complications and possibly even making your body more responsive to insulin.
So the advantages becoming a vegetarian are: Low blood pressure; Lower risk of death because with none of the saturated fat and cholesterol that clogs arteries, vegetarians may be at a lower risk for chronic diseases overall. It can benefit the evironment. The simplest and cheapest thing anyone can do is to eat less meat.; Lower risk of diabetes because you can reducing your risk of some diabetes-associated complications and possibly even making your body more responsive to insulin.
The disadvantages are first of all health Issues because the potential interference with existing medical conditions. Sometimes eating out can be a challenge for a vegetarian. Most restaurant menus are made for meat eaters, and their vegetarian offerings are often limited to meat dishes with the absence of meat and a vegetarian’s meal choices can seem limited. Another disadvantage is the risk of colorectal cancer. One would assume that heavy meat eaters would have a higher risk of developing colorectal cancer. Also a lower bone mineral density vegetarian diets can be healthy when they are well balanced and if a variety of foods is consumed but elimination of animal products from the diet decreases the intake of some essential nutrients and may influence the bone metabolism.