October is responsible for promoting a lot of awareness. While everyone is blushing pink to raise awareness about breast cancer, we also wanted to turn a little green and talk about vegetarianism. People choose this lifestyle for varied reasons - some for health, some for animal rights, and some because they just don't like meat. Whatever the reason, they are sure to benefit from the many ways in which vegetarianism positively influences our health. Vegetarians enjoy longer lives, better cardiovascular health, save money, lose weight and even protect the earth.
Learn more about a vegetarian lifestyle and consider giving it a try for yourself during Vegetarian Awareness Month.
This is the type of meal that everyone will devour and never realize it's meatless. Perfect for warming up a cool evening, these stuffed peppers, from the Whole Foods Diet Cookbook, are sure to become a favorite.
We have more than 1300 reviews published, with several specifically promoting a vegetarian lifestyle. Whether trying to get started, better understand the benefits or expand on your existing vegetarianism, these are ideal sources.
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Learn the basics of a vegetarian diet and how you can adopt this lifestyle for yourself.
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