In Reply to: bác Zịt: vegetarian posted by Mây on Oct 09, 2018 at 07:32:46:
Those who stop eating meat may do so simply to stay healthy. According to medical science, too many meat-based foods increase the risk of cancer, while excess protein from meat damages the kidneys. A carnivorous diet may also encourage the onset of cardiovascular disease, increasing the proportion of lipids in the blood. The medical field however argues that eating meat counteracts anemia because it contains the type of iron more absorbable by the body, and doctors agree in saying that those who decide to choose a vegetarian diet must compensate with proteins of high biological value such as those found in legumes.