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Subsequent chapters are thematic: "Physical Puritanism and Medical Orthodoxy"; "Beasts and Saints: Zoophilia and Religion in the Movement" (though "zoophilia" in the Wikipedia sense of the word is absent); "Radicalism and Fadicalism"; "Feeding the Vegetarian Mind and Body"; "Class, Gender and the Vegetarians"; and "Representing the Vegetarian," which considers fictional portraits of the movement and its members.
These are the people who really need support because they are trying to make changes to their diet for themselves, and yet there isn't enough focus on the health benefits of vegetarian food.
And a vegetarian diet may help protect the brain as well--research suggests that vegetarians are at lower risk of developing dementia than non-vegetarians, possibly due to their lower blood pressure and higher antioxidant intake.
Tina Fox, VfL cofounder and former chief executive of The Vegetarian Society, said: "These are people who for years have tried to lead a life based on kindness; kindness to animals, kindness to the environment and kindness to themselves.
7% of consumers agreed that they consider a vegetarian diet healthier in general than one containing meat.
Most of the year this doesn't matter too much because no one really need know you're a vegetarian, (they will just notice how clever you are.
She serves no meat, fish, chicken or dairy and has made a grain- and vegetable-based diet accessible to the mainstream, she says, adding that she now considers herself a vegetarian (not a hard-core vegan) who eats fish and dairy on rare occasions.
But (surprise-surprise) many vegetarians don't eat enough of these foods either, instead filling up on junky foods like French fries and glazed donuts.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), which promotes vegetarian and vegan diets, has been an outspoken critic of Atkins, in particular, because of the plan's reliance on meat.
They have used 'stages of change' behavioral theory to assess the likelihood of behaviour change in relation to adopting a vegetarian diet.
The comparative ease with which vegetarian foods are digested is also often associated with spiritual enlightenment.