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If people just make some effort to know more about food and where food REALLY comes from, almost certainly the dietary habits of most sane people would change.
Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan explores other reasons why we should eat more vegetables and less meat in part 4 of his miniseries on vegetarianism.
This issue explores the almost existential question of why we eat, and why milk is essential to infants but bad news for adults; lacto-vegetarians, take note.
A vegetarian diet could result in a nutritional deficiency, caused by a chemical process called chelation, which prevents the body from absorbing nutrients.
Do vegetarians live longer, healthier lives? This series of five stories on vegetarianism under the Curious Cook column checks out the claim.