• Not very careful at all. In fact, go ahead and try the hamburgers .... Mmmmmm .... yuuuumy taaaasty hamburgers ... Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
  • Well, I'm not a vegetarian but I don't eat beef or pork. A lot of items that you would think were vegetarian, aren't. For example Twizzlers. Twizzlers have Glycerin in them, which is made from animal fat. A vegetarian would have to be careful of that ingrediant and possibly others that I havn't read up on. Glycerin is in a lot of stuff. They do have vegetable glycerin, but unless it's specified as "vegetable glycerin" it's not vegetarian.
  • If you don't want to eat a actual hamburger... Soyburgers taste just the same but has absolutly NO MEAT in them... go ahead and try something... If you do end up eating meat, it's not poisonous you won't die.
  • If you're choosing a vegetarian diet, the most important thing you can do is to educate yourself. That's why the ADA says that a vegetarian diet needs to be "appropriately planned." Simply dropping certain foods from your diet isn't the way to go if you're interested in maintaining good health, a high energy level, and strong muscles and bones. Vegetarians have to be careful to include the following key nutrients that may be lacking in a vegetarian diet: iron calcium protein vitamin D vitamin B12 zinc If meat, fish, dairy products, and/or eggs are not going to be part of your diet, you'll need to know how to get enough of these nutrients, or you may need to take a daily multiple vitamin and mineral supplement just as little info goes, go to this website for info - 25k Fox700
  • The less varied your diet, the more likely you are to be missing some vitamins or trace elements. You need to know this and adjust your diet accordingly. as an example B-12 vitamin is very rare in a plants only diet, you vill ned a supplement or some fortified food item like fx enriched cereal. regards JakobA
  • Careful about not eating non-veg stuff? Or careful in general for health. You need to be careful to eat the right combos of protein sources to get 'complete' protein and you may want to take vitamin supplements for B-12 and other nutrients. Other than that it is a generally healthful diet, if you don't go overboard on refined carbs- sugars and white flour,etc.
  • It would depend on to what extent one is a vegetarian.Some will not eat any products that come from an animal,including milk and cheese.Others make sure there is no trace of animal gelatin in foods and choose food that use agar-agar (a seaweed). Some are not as particular and eat cheese,etc. Some are semi vegetarians,and eat fish.Much vegetarianism is based on health and some of it is on the principle of non killing.I had gone for decades without meat,and feel healthy and fine.Studies have shown that vegetarians seam to be more calmer than meat eaters and that meat eaters tend to be more aggressive.I have seen that in a general sense,but it is not proven fully.

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