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International Vegetarian Day, Let Vegetarianism Change Your Life!

Time : 2023-11-24 Hits : 6

International Vegetarian Day is a holiday that originated in India in 1986 and was originally called "World Meatless Day". Scheduled for 25 November every year! Gradually developed into a worldwide holiday. On this day, many slaughterhouses around the world will stop slaughtering, canteens, hospitals, prisons, etc. will supply all-vegetarian food. More than 9.5 million people responded to the campaign that year.

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As meat has more calories and less fibre, the amount of faeces produced after digestion is larger, which is not conducive to intestinal peristalsis. When faeces accumulate in the intestine for a long time, the water is absorbed and becomes dry and constipation is formed. At the same time, faeces accumulate in the intestine, the toxins therein are absorbed by the intestine, which will give rise to bad breath, fullness, vomiting and other illnesses.

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According to nutritionists, a vegan diet is primarily a diet based on plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds and nuts. With chronic diseases such as heart disease and obesity striking mankind more and more, more people are choosing a healthier diet, including a vegetarian diet.

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Suggested recipes

Vegetarians can choose the following foods to absorb the missing nutrients for better health.


Vitamin A: carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, mango, etc.


Vitamin B12: Eggs and milk (for those who are not strict vegetarians), yeast, leafy greens, etc.


Vitamin C: chillies, cauliflower, tomatoes, strawberries, oranges, etc.


Vitamin E: peanuts, wheat germ, nuts, etc.


Calcium: Soya milk, tofu, celery, kale, sesame seeds, etc.


Iron: pumpkin seeds, almonds, cashews, dried plums, walnuts, etc.


Zinc: Brazil nuts, whole grain cereals, oats, etc.

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The main active ingredient of konjac is glucomannan, or glucomannan, which is extremely rich. This is a very ideal soluble dietary fibre, containing ultra-low calories; glucomannan is rich in dietary fibre as well as a variety of trace elements and amino acids, the benefits to the human body is very much: gastrointestinal, digestive, lower cholesterol, antihypertensive, anti-diabetic, and better able to prevent obesity.

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