Does non-vegetarians put weight fast?

Does eating non vegetarian food increase weight?

Level 2 Asked on October 10, 2018 in Eating Habits and Body Fat.

Correct me if am wrong, are vegetarians not the picky ones? They stay away from certain diets which helps them stay healthy, non-veges on the other hand consume foods packed with explosive calories. I recently came across a survey which showed that very few vegetarians suffer from weigh gain issues as the other category does.

on October 24, 2018.
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I don’t think weight is related to vegetarian diet and non-vegetarian diet. Weight is more related in the consumption of carbohydrates and sedentary life. Actually, the vegetarian food contains more carbohydrates than non-vegetarian foods.  Therefore, you might even put more weight if you are a vegetarian and eat a lot of butter, chocolates, sweetmeats, you will put on weight. Non-vegetarian food is basically protein based food and protein does help you in weight loss.

Level 2 Answered on October 17, 2018.
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A vegetarian is simply someone who doesn’t consume meat and in some cases, by-product of animals, or so.

In saying this, it’s kind of logical to think that non vegetarians stand a chance at gaining more weight than active vegetarians. This is simply because most of the non vege foods are packed with high amounts of potential weight gaining products like sugar and fat, red meat on the other hand being consumed always is classified as unhealthy. These are some of the unhealthy eating habits and diets a vegetarian fortunately misses.

So drawing from the above, I think it’s safe to say non-vegetarians are likely to gain more weight than vegetarians when it comes to their different diets.

Level 1 Answered on October 24, 2018.
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