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Old 02-25-2011, 02:52 PM   #31
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New to the forum and need some help. My wife has taken a serious interest in vegetarianism, and I know very little about it and have some questions. First do you know if it's healthy, or what some of the health drawbacks are? Second, if healthy can you build muscle on a vegetarian diet?

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Just for clarity, are you intending moving across to a vegetrain diet because you want to or because your wife wants to? Or is it that your wife wnats to train and has decided to become vegetarian?

It's just that it is possible to have a vegetarian and a meat-eater in the same household; at times I don't eat meat but hubby still gets his meat, we don't see this as an issue. It is possible to strike a balance.
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....don't go hand in hand. Protien means, "Most Important", and there's a reason for that.
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