Switching over to a vegetarian diet can have varying effects on individuals. Some people feel energized and light on their toes, ready to tackle each and every day. They lose weight and have improved complexion. Some of us, on the other hand, have a more difficult go of it. Chronic fatigue can plague a recent convert to vegetarianism. Weakness and irregular bowels. Over sleeping, yet still feeling tired. These may all be symptoms of some sort of malnutrition.
There are a few simple recommendations to follow that can help you to feel your best on a vegetarian diet, and narrow down what might be the source of your sluggishness.
Error. Page cannot be displayed. Please contact your service provider for more details. (13)Root causes of malnutrition are linked with specific vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Some examples are Iron, Zinc, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Protein, or Folic Acid. If you’re younger, finding yourself deficient in some of these can lead to developmental problems, so it’s important to try to cure these deficiencies quickly.
The first step to becoming more energized is by simply eating a wider variety of foods. By eating all sorts of fruits, vegetables, and grains, you’ll be diversifying the nutrients your body receives and ensuring you get what you need to feel better.