A strict form of vegetarianism can trigger the development of a number of diseases. However, the danger is only poor diet, which is dominated by processed foods. The had should be reasonable, experts say.
The had is one of the most extreme forms of vegetarianism with abstinence from all animal products. Scientists from the Mayo Clinic found: doesn't always vegetarian diet safe for the body. The possible deficiency of vitamins B12, D, protein, omega-3 fatty acids. As a result of lack of substances increases the risk of disorders of the nervous system, possible anemia and decreased bone strength.
Only a properly structured diet of plant foods can provide the human with all the essential trace elements and nutrients. Many studies prove that a balanced vegan diet gives the complete set of proteins. However, experts advise vegans to regularly undergo analysis to determine blood calcium, B12, iron and ferritin.