Don’t Be A Lazy Vegetarian

Indian curry is real good.
Indian curry is real good. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It seems like the diet for so many vegetarians is filled with noodles, desserts, and processed junk from everywhere you can think of. For a person to feel life in their body they have to add life to their body in someway or else.

Selecting the Improper carbohydrate supply for your body creates a high probability of obesity and other health issues. You or someone you know has been there. After a long day at work and the last thing on your mind is to set a moment aside to prepare a healthy, nutritionally balanced vegetarian dish. So you may of opted for a pizza from a local resturant that serves your favorite pizza on wheat crust with maybe even soy cheese too.

But there’s only one problem. Sure your dinner choices are taken care of plus you have your vegetarian pizza with a tiny amount of sprinkled vegetables on it too. However you still have no real nutritional benefit added to your body. Dough, sauce and a hint of over cooked veggies are well under what your body needs to truly thrive most effectively!

It’s not good in the long run to choose a refined or enr carbohydrate iched (the junk stuff) over the opposite which is 100% beneficial carbohydrates that a solid, well-balanced vegetarian diet offers without any guess work. Eating for taste alone defeats the purpose of your decision to live a vegetarian lifestyle. A balanced vegetarian diet ideal for optimal health. Eating refined carbohydrates presents several potential risks to your well being.

Over-ingestion of processed carbohydrates and all kinds of sugar can result in extra insulin in the bloodstream, not a good thing at all. In the presence of too much insulin, glucose, the blood sugar, is converted to triglycerides and stored in the fat cells of the body causing the body to stop burning but instead to store fat. Unless you’re looking to gain unhealthy weight, not an amazing idea for the health of your body.

According to a medical analysis, eating refined grains could also raise your risk of acquiring stomach cancer. In addition, refined sugars and carbohydrates have been suggested as a factor in contributing to increased gallbladder disease, according to a recent study. The research showed a direct link between the amount of sugars eaten and the incidence of gallbladder disease. Another study looked at the role carbohydrates play in the incidence of heart disease. The researchers noted that as carbohydrate consumption increased, so did the level of triglycerides in the blood of the participants.

People can’t live off of sugars alone. Most people don’t know it but there is a such thing as healthy cholesterol. There has to be a stability in the diet for the most exceptional results. Diets low in fat and high in carbohydrates not only dramatically raised triglyceride levels but significantly reduced levels of HDL, the “good” cholesterol.

Another contributing factor to an out of whack vegetarian diet is, refined white sugars. These high processed sugars are known to increase the rate at which your body EXCRETES calcium, which is directly connected to your skeletal health. The bottom line is, as your sugary and refined carbohydrate intake increases, your bone solidity diminishes.

A good vegetarian meal can take all of 30 minutes to prepare and we’re talking about a very healthy meal too! All it takes to eat better is to Plan to do so. You will certainly need a grocery list and an idea of what you want to eat throughout the week but also decide how often you want to eat your homemade meals. Don’t be lazy! Take care of your body and take the time to put together a nutritious, delicious vegetarian meal. Your mind, body and spirit will thank you for putting in extra work it in the long run.

 

 

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About Sereda Aleta Dailey

Sereda Aleta Dailey is known by friends and seekers by her title: Sahyofeya, which means 'Great Mother'. She was born on 16th December 1977 in Salinas, California. Sereda, is a full-time writer and a health, spirituality and writing enthusiast for decades. She has published several noteworthy videos and articles online. She is a member and founder of the Bliss Returned Network. In her spare time she practices peace and joy in being fully present. She plays with astrology, creating art and adoring nature. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband, currently working on her 11th novel.

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