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Vegetarianism: PRO AND CONThesisAs the world population increases, the food supplies are shrinking. It is suggested that a change in our food habits such as changing to vegetarianism may be necessary for the survival of the human species. The Pros and Cons of a vegetarian diet will be considered in this paper.There are many advantages to a vegetarian diet.Vegetarians ingest less fat and cholesterol and therefore at less risk for he ...view middle of the document...

Given sufficient space, vegetarians can grow much of their own food, which is both safer and cheaper than buying it.Vegetarianism causes less damage to the environment.Vegetables require less fuel and water than cattle.Farmers could produce more food if they did not devote so much farmland to cattle.Vegetarians don't kill animals for food.There are also disadvantages to a vegetarian diet.Care is needed to avoid protein and vitamin deficiencies.Vegetarians may need vitamin supplements.Vegetarians are more at risk for anemia than meat eaters.Vegetarian's diets are not as varied as others.A complex combination of recipes is needed to keep the diet interesting.It is difficult to get much variety in textures and tastes.It is difficult to be a vegetarian in a meat-eating society.Vegetarians are often looks upon as cultists.Vegetarians are sometimes thought to be self-righteous.ConclusionIn conclusion, there are many people, not only in this country but also all over the world who chose being vegetarians because of its advantages. Being vegetarians is not just about consuming vegetables, but also we can get benefits from vegetables that can make our body healthier and avoid us from many diseases.


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