Vegetarian

1-Day Vegetarian No-Sugar-Added Meal Plan

Submitted by admin on Tue, 05/14/2019 - 15:40

There's nothing wrong with eating some sugar, but eating too much can be dangerous to your health. In recent decades we've seen the rates of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes skyrocket in people of all ages, and research has shown it's directly connected to too much sugar in the diet. The American Heart Association recommends no more than 6 teaspoons of added sugar daily for women, and no more than 9 teaspoons for men, but most Americans end up eating twice that amount.

500-Calorie Dinners: Vegetarian

Submitted by admin on Tue, 04/16/2019 - 12:58
500 Calorie Dinners: Vegetarian

These vegetarian recipes are packed with flavor.

Going meatless, even once a week, can have real health benefits, including weight loss and reduced risk for heart disease. Why? Plant-based foods, such as vegetables, beans and lentils, are low in saturated fat and full of fiber, which helps you feel satisfied on fewer calories.

Why a Vegetarian Diet Is Good for Your Health and the Health of the Planet

Submitted by admin on Wed, 02/13/2019 - 13:31

As a journalist, I’ve been following news on the health benefits of meatless eating for years. Recently I started toying with the idea of shifting toward a meatless diet myself. Some people skip meat for spiritual reasons. Many go vegetarian to help the environment (the United Nations determined recently that livestock is one of the top contributors to the world’s most serious environmental problems, for example). But today, there’s something else driving people—including me—to move toward a plant-based diet: health.

3-Day Low-Carb Vegetarian Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

Submitted by admin on Tue, 01/08/2019 - 12:19

If you're a vegetarian looking to lower your carb intake, then look no further—this 3-day, 1,200-calorie meal plan is just the thing to help you get started. The registered dietitians and culinary experts at EatingWell have put together a delicious and healthy meatless meal plan that is lower in carbohydrates, but not so low that you'll miss out on important nutrients, like protein and certain B vitamins.