Organic nutrition for vegeterians

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If you belong to the category of those who as a dietary behavior and way of life attitude is the vegetarian diet, it is very likely that you have difficulty in managing your meals and especially in the variety of foods.

Due to the exclusion of meat and its by-products there is a risk of nutritional deficiencies such as:

  • proteins,
  • iron,
  • calcium,
  • B vitamins.

Following a balanced dietary plan, i.e., covering the recommended daily intakes of nutrients, the vegetarian diet can have positive effects on diseases such as hypertension and atherosclerosis.

A vegetarian diet should include balanced meals and nutrient-rich foods. This means variety of foods and measure.

Breakfast: Organic soy drink enriched in calcium, bread with organic peanut butter and fruit.
Snacks: a natural fruit juice and a cereal bar without sugar, for toning and energy.
Noon: The lentils accompanied by a rich salad of leafy vegetables and organic flaxseed is an ideal choice for your lunch.
Snacks: A handful of organic nuts and dried fruits
Evening: bread with organic tahini and honey along with fruit juice is a light and nutritious meal.