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Your Vegetarian Diet Guide

Hello and welcome to the Easy Vegetarian Diet website. Whether you've been following a vegetarian diet for years, or are just exploring the possibility, you've come to the right place.

The site is designed to help you create a vegetarian lifestyle that's easy, healthy and pleasurable — a diet that you can stick with for a lifetime. If you're here because you want to create an occasional meatless meal, that's great, too.

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You'll find delicious, easy vegetarian recipes that anyone can prepare. They won't leave you hungry, and you'll get the nutrition and protein you need for long lasting energy, stamina and beautiful skin.

You might already know that there are different types of vegetarians. Lacto–ovo vegetarians don't eat meat, fish or poultry, but they still enjoy eggs and dairy. Another type, called lacto–vegetarians, won't eat meat, fish, poultry or eggs. And others won't eat fish, poultry, meat, eggs, dairy products, or any animal byproducts, like honey. This last group call themselves Vegans.

Easy Vegetarian Diet focuses on a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet plan. This is the easiest to maintain and has a lot of health benefits.

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Where's the Best Place to Start?

"How to Become a Vegetarian: 9 Simple Tips for a Successful Transition." is a great jumping off spot if you're new to vegetarianism — or you've started a vegetarian diet and are having some trouble. It has tips to make the transition easy and will point you in the right direction for more information.

With the help of this site, you can overcome the obstacles most people run into on a vegetarian diet plan. This includes food that's not satisfying, low energy, and problems eating out.

You Have Unique Needs

Your nutrition needs change with age, and are different for men and women. These differences also affect the type of benefits you get from the same food sources. It's this kind of detail that you'll find on Easy Vegetarian Diet.

A Simple Approach to Cooking

Another big difference is the way we approach cooking. Recipes are great, but it's even better to be able to throw together a satisfying vegetarian meal without one. If you already know how to cook, it's easy.

All you have to do is swap out a few ingredients. In fact, with the right meat substitutes and spices, you can transform your old favorite recipes into vegetarian nirvana. You'll see how easy this is in the recipe section.

If you don't know how to cook, don't worry, we have you covered, too. The recipe section focuses on simple vegetarian recipes that use a small number of ingredients, and no fancy techniques.

With some simple planning and the right information, you'll have a healthy vegetarian diet, plenty of energy, a meal plan any food lover would enjoy, and a vegetarian lifestyle you can stick with.

I've been a vegetarian now for over 15 years and became a Holistic Health Consultant to help people make healthy diet and lifestyle changes. You can find out more about me here.

If you have any questions or comments, I'd love to hear from you.

Enjoy!

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