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A longer and healthier life?

Mar 30, 2006 03:03 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


Thanks for your viewpoint (see below).

I gradually got into vegetarianism right after getting into a theosophical group in 1980.

The examples of some people I know show that abandoning meat should be gradual, so that one's body gets used to it and easily adapts.

I completely agree that vegetarian food is often better in all respects than the old meat-based food.

And it is a well-known fact that vegetarians tend to have a longer and better life from the viewpoint of health.

Regards, Carlos.

Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: How to help humanity...and altruism...
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 17:52:16 EST

I have eaten Soy Meat since 1981 as a substitute. it has zero cholesterol
and has the same protein percentage as beef. It does take some adjustment for
some by I never noticed that my body even reacted to the change. Today there
are lots of Soy Products, Beef, Ham, Chicken. Sausage, Turkey, Breakfast
Sausage, sliced Lunchmeat, and many other choices. Even now Soy Cheeses of various
kinds and one can have a pretty normal menu like before with all these choices.


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