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According to the 2006 Hindu-CNN-IBN State of the Nation Survey, 31% of Indians are vegetarians, while another 9% consumes eggs.
Today vegetarianism becomes very popular all around the world with many Americans and Europeans switching to a new ‘meatless” lifestyle that prevents many diseases such as fatty liver, heart attacks, cancer and diabetes.
In the past, many believed that vegetarianism is strange and unbalanced eating approach but correctly planned vegetarian diets are now recognized by many, including the American Dietetic Association, as being nutritionally adequate, and providing healthful benefits in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Include the following products into your daily Indian diet plan menu:
Freshly squeezed vegetable or fruit juice, green tea with lemon and honey or skim milk, whole grain cereal with one cup of skim milk.
Lunch (choose one)
Dinner (choose one)
To complement this diet drink plenty of water and try to eat a variety of vegetables and fruits. And to make sure you eat enough calories use our diet tools.