nyquil wrote:Though i am still currently a meat eater, i've always been very concious about my diet. I have never been overweight in my entire life... never was into sweets and junk food, and overall, have been quite athletic all my life. In addition, I have always known the importance of having a balanced meal, as well as the crucial role fruits and vegetables play in our lives. But, i think it's time for me to finally embrace and take the plunge and give this Vegetarian diet a go. (hey, if i can get all the protein from non-animal products without clogging my arteries... why not right?)
nyquil wrote:I'm a male in my late 20s, with a height of 5'11 and weigh in at around 145-155 lbs. Needless to say, i'm quite lean with a very low body fat percentage. I know that a lot of people enjoyed the weight loss that often comes with switching from a meat oriented diet to a strictly vegetarian diet, but as a hardgainer with a fast metabolism, weight lost is really the last thing on my mind.
nyquil wrote:Lastly, do i need to consume about the same amount of calories as i did when i was on the meat diet? will i require the same amount of protein? I'm guessing that if i take out the meat from my diet i probably wont need as much as i used to since my body will no longer spend so much energy digesting the meat.
nyquil wrote:But at the same time, I am dreadful of losing weight during this process. (since my goal is to be gain some size while staying lean and cut.)
KaliBaby wrote:I feel like a jerk saying this but I really don't like/want meat-eaters being part of the forum...
Linnéa76 wrote:Better support and encourage him in making the switch to vegetarianism then!
JP wrote:Linnéa76 wrote:Better support and encourage him in making the switch to vegetarianism then!
she just did
me and kali have this good cop bad cop thing going...
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