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Everyone should become vegetarian because they do not need to eat meat to have a healthy diet. Do you agree or disagree?

Vegetarianism has evolved as a topic of consideration among society. It is believed that a vegetarian diet if better for human body. While I accept that plant-based diet is beneficial for those who pursue a healthy lifestyle, I do not agree this tendency would be suitable for everyone.

There are a variety of reasons why it is highly beneficial to become a vegetarian. First and foremost, there are many kinds of vegetables providing us with enough energy to work all day long. In other words, it is less necessary to eat meat to have a healthy diet. Take potato as an example, is is of indispensable ingredient for a properly balanced vegetarian diet since it provides us with a large amount of nutrients. Second, it is proven that vegetarians have lower risks of developing many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes. This is due to the fact that a plant-based diet contains low in saturated fat and high in fiber, vitamins and minerals.

However, I strongly believe that this tendency is not an optimal option for everyone to take. A significant reason supporting my opinion is that the decision to become a vegetarian should be made by individuals regards to their food preferences, not a general suggestion. For instance, a person who have predilection for animal-origin products would feel unsatisfied and frustrated if he or she is force to consume only fruits and vegetables. Moreover, the demand for nutrients should be taken into consideration when each individual plans his or her diet. A salient example of this is children, who are in the process of growing up, as a result they need to consume a wide range of food, including meat which contains essential nutrients, to improve their physical health.

In conclusion, although I agree that pursuing a plant-based diet is highly beneficial for health, I do not believe that it is the optimal option that everyone should take.

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Vegetarianism has become evolved as a topic of consideration among members of society. It is believed that a vegetarian diet if better for human body. While I accept that a plant-based diet is beneficial for those who pursue a healthy lifestyle, I do not agree this tendency would be suitable for everyone.

There are a variety of reasons why it is highly beneficial to become a vegetarian. First and foremost, there are many kinds of vegetables which will provide us with enough energy to work all day long. In other words, it is not less necessary to eat meat to have a healthy diet. Take the potato as an example, is is of indispensable ingredient for a properly balanced vegetarian diet since it provides us with a large amount of nutrients. Second, it is proven that vegetarians have a lower risk of developing many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes. This is due to the fact that a plant-based diet contains (wrong word) low in saturated fat and high in fiber, vitamins and minerals.

However, I strongly believe that this tendency is not an optimal option for everyone to take. A significant reason supporting my opinion is that the decision to become a vegetarian should be made by individuals in regards to their food preferences, not as a general rule / prescription suggestion. For instance, a person who have a predilection for animal-origin meat products would feel unsatisfied and frustrated if he or she is force to consume only fruits and vegetables. Moreover, the demand for nutrients should be taken into consideration when each individual plans his or her diet. An salient example of this is children, who are in the process of growing up, (comma splice error) as a result they need to consume a wide range of food, including meat which contains essential nutrients, to improve their physical health.

In conclusion, although I agree that pursuing a plant-based diet is highly beneficial for health, I do not believe that it is the optimal option that everyone should take. (... best option for everyone.)

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pham thi quynh nhuplant-based diet

Vegetarianism is not only about plants. You would benefit from reading the introduction of the article here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegetarianism

pham thi quynh nhuanimal-origin products

This is possible but wordy. People generally talk of animal products.

pham thi quynh nhuif he or she

This is possible but wordy. Using the word they would be enough.

pham thi quynh nhuconsume only fruits and vegetables.

That is not the case with vegetarianism.

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