I tried to become a vegetarian but ended up feeling very light headed and sick most of the time.?

Loves Asked: I tried to become a vegetarian but ended up feeling very light headed and sick most of the time.?

I am now back to eating meat and normally don't feel sick like that anymore.. Why did i feel so sick?

Answers:

Katie4473 Answered:
Because you weren't getting all the nutrition you need to survive.



Devine Answered:
you might need some protien so drink shakes im not to sure but find out what is needed for healthy non meat dieting



Nakkiel Answered:
Vegetarian diets lack nutrients you need, find out what supplements you need to take for your diet.



Answered:
Mabey its cus you dont get enough protien from vegies try chopping some chicken or puttin ham in yhe salad or eat sellery with benutbutter



dylan Answered:
You didn't eat good food.
Did you eat
chickpeas
lentils
brazil nuts
peanuts
almonds
peanut butter
almond butter
avocado
pasta
brown rice
walnuts
tofu
seitan
gluten
tempeh
noodles
corn
peas
favabeans
potatos
pumpkin
sunflower seeds,
yams
grapes
raisins
dates
bananas
figs
halva
hummus
pita
bread and guacamole
pinto beans
black bean tacos.
soycheese pizza
letnil pie with hazelnuts
mashed sweet potato
wholegrain ceral, oatmeal
granola

every day??
No, thought not.
It's not vegetarianism's fault, you need to actually eat good food and not the body of a cow.



friendofchip Answered:
Kidding: I am a brain eater- by chatting non-stop with friends
It sounds like TRYING to stop smoking- didn't succeed and started smoking again.
I am a vegetarian all my life- so can advice you on that.
You appear to like the concept of vegan, tried it- probably did not enjoy its taste, not succeeded in making the right recipes, you liked the taste of meat better than veggies and probably ate ALL tasteless veggies like a medicine and did not had enough PROPORTION of all the nutrients. I will tell you what I eat to do my 3mile jog three times a week and feel quite comfortable with my body state.
Carbohydrates: Bread, rice, Chapati/ roti
Proteins: Milk, lentils, diary products
Vitamins and minerals: Vegetables(as curry though), spinach and fruits
I would suggest you start experiencing different veg stuff along with your meat stuff first- to know what are available, what you can do and what you enjoy most.
A gradual approach is better than a hasty one
Enjoy veggie experiments
Cheers



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