How to get propper nutrition: vegetarian and allergic to peanuts and legumes, as well as treenuts?

How to get propper nutrition: vegetarian and allergic to peanuts and legumes, as well as treenuts?

How to get propper nutrition: vegetarian and allergic to peanuts and legumes, as well as treenuts?

I hate meat. Find it disgusting. I also feel so bad for the animals. Anyways numerous reasons to be a vegetarian….but how can I get propper nutrition? I am allergic to peanuts and other legumes as wel las treenuts. How do I get all of my nutrition??

I came across a vegetarian food pyramid but one of the largest things were legumes, and I am allergic to them. Another was nuts…I can substitue them for seeds. But what about the legumes? A very large portion of the diet. I have malnutrition right now a friend said because of me not eating meat, and no legumes in the place of it.

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eggs are really high in protein, so are fish (do they count for you?)

Eat alot of fruits like grapes, or grape juice , apple juice, oranges and

bannana and popcorn no salt or butter

Learn to either love meat or love being sick all the time because your body isn’t properly equipped to fight of infection, bacteria and disease.

To be honest there is nothing wrong with being a vegetarian as far as adequate nutrition is concerned.

A lot of the negative stuff you hear about it is fostered by the meat industry and the diet industry.

Fact: if a person eats from a wide range of vegetables they will receive more than all their nutritional needs. Buddhists and other religious groups have been total vegetarians for centuries and they seem to be doing quite well.

Fact: there is no reason to eat red meat to get iron. A full vegetarian gets more than all the iron they need from their mixed diet. Some women like to make sure and eat a 3 ounce piece of red meat a week.

Fact: vegetables do contain fats. This is where we get vegetable oils from for margarine and cooking. They do not contain cholesterol and what fat they contain is small and locked up in the matrix of the plant and is released slowly.

Fact: you don’t need to be a squirrel and eat heaps of nuts or eat heaps of legumes to get all your nutrients.

Fact: proteins are proteins. Meat is considered a ‘first class’ protein only because it is animal tissue and requires a little less processing for us to extract its nutrients. Vegetable proteins are just as useful in the body but take a little longer for the body to get at.

If you can’t eat nuts and legumes then you just have to make sure you’re eating from a very wide range of vegetables and fruits. Mushrooms are often thought of as meat for vegetarians and are very versatile.

I doubt you have malnutrition unless you’ve been over dieting or been eating from too limited a range of vegetables.

No need to worry, allot of people don’t eat beans in the first place.

Well as you mentioned earlier, you can get more seeds, etc.

You need to find out the reasons that vegetarians are suppose to eat legumes, and than substitute that with any other food. Just as you have substituted meat products.

The reason vegetarians are suppose to eat legumes because of the protein.

PROTEIN IN GRAINS: Barley, Brown rice, Buckwheat, Millet, Oatmeal, Rye, Wheat germ, Wheat, hard red, Wild rice

VEGETABLE PROTEIN: Artichokes, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Green peas, Green pepper, Kale, Lettuce, Mushrooms, Mustard green, Onions, Potatoes, Spinach, Tomatoes, Turnip greens, Watercress, Yams, Zucchini

PROTEIN IN FRUITS: Apple, Banana, Cantaloupe, Grape, Grapefruit, Honeydew melon, Orange, Papaya, Peach, Pear, Pineapple, Strawberry, Tangerine, Watermelon

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