Answer the following questions related to Vegetarianism.
- Do you think vegetarian diets are practical? That is, can someone easily be a vegetarian while living the typical American life of being rushed and busy?
- Vegetarian diets are associated with a lower risk of obesity and diabetes as well as other chronic conditions (Marsh, Zeuschner, & Saunders, 2012). Clearly a vegetarian diet can be a healthy one, but can a vegetarian diet lack nutrients? If so, which nutrients may be lacking? How could these nutrients be measured in the body to determine if someone is deficient in them? Are there vegetarian foods that provide these nutrients or would supplementation be necessary? Are there any interactions to be aware of with the supplements that a vegetarian may take?
I need these questions by tonight at 11;59pm. If you can’t meet deadline do not accept bid.
Do not plagiarize it must be in your own words. Also, write your responses in APA format, include in-text citations when needed and references.
Marsh, K., Zeuschner, C., & Saunders, A. (2012). Health implications of a
vegetarian diet: A review. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 6(3),
Vegetarianism in America. (n.d.). Vegetarian Times. Retrieved from