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- Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
- vegetarian. Today, so the argument goes, a diet of vegetables
- longer exists. Thus, the would-be vegetarian, whether he likes it
- vegetarian for “righteous” reasons, nor is meat to be
- that vegetarianism can be a more practical diet for those engaged
- vegetarian, who was asked by one of his patient's whether he
- Taken in this light, a vegetarian diet can
- as a vegetarian along with the herbivores. For in the last
- means. When a man eats vegetarian food, it demands a great deal of
- words, when a man eats vegetarian food, he must produce an activity
- these substances. When, through a vegetarian diet, we enlist the
- for an exclusively vegetarian diet will be found to prevail among
- admit, however, that even though a vegetarian diet might indeed be
- vegetarianism, the more he accepts a vegetarian diet, the more he
- of meat. A man owes to a vegetarian diet the impulses that lift him
- means of the right kind of food. A time will come when a vegetarian
- spiritual horizon can be widened through a vegetarian diet, thus
- vegetarian diets should become prevalent.
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