Don't think you can't get fat if you're a vegetarian. Eat right

 Core tip: many people will choose to lose weight by vegetarianism, thinking that vegetarianism won't make you fat, but is this really the case? Vegetarianism can reduce the intake of fat, but also to eat the right situation, so how to eat a vegetarian not to get fat? Today, I'd like to introduce it to you.

Many people think that vegetarianism can reduce weight. In fact, vegetarianism is not equal to low calorie. At the same time, vegetarianism can easily lead to nutritional deficiency.

If you want to be vegetarian, how can you be healthy

1. Eat enough protein

One thing to know is that you don't have to eat meat to get protein. In fact, many natural foods are rich in protein, such as cashew nuts, eggs, peanuts and bean products. Beans are not only rich in protein, but also contain iron, calcium and other nutrients needed by the human body.

2. Don't add too much fat. It's unhealthy to fry too much vegetarianism

Vegetarian food should be light, less salt, less sugar, which is in line with the healthy orientation of vegetarianism. Vegetarianism requires less processing and original flavor.

3. Eat seafood to supplement vitamins

We know that animal viscera, eggs, milk and other foods contain a lot of essential vitamins for the human body, but once we decide to be vegetarian, it is very difficult to obtain these essential vitamins. We can eat seaweed, laver, kelp and other foods to supplement vitamins.

4. Remember to add more iron

Iron deficiency is a very important cause of anemia and other diseases. Iron is a very important element in human body. If we can't get iron from meat, we should pay attention to choose vegetables rich in iron. However, the iron in vegetables is not easy to be absorbed by the human body, so it is best to eat with foods containing VC, which can promote the absorption of iron.

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