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Products Suitable For Vegetarians

All the products we have collated in this category are suitable for vegetarians; most of our herbal teas, whole foods and food supplements are made with plant-based ingredients.

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Vegetarianism is a dietary philosophy that excludes eating any part of an animal. However, vegetarians can consume byproducts of animals, such as dairy products and honey.

Vegetarians And Plant-Based Diets

Vegetarians rely on plant-based foods to make up most of their diet, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds, for their nutritional needs. Although vegetarianism is a trendy diet, some choose it because of health, environmental, ethical concerns, religious or cultural beliefs, and personal preferences.
Vegetarianism has gained popularity in recent years due to its perceived health benefits. A plant-based diet is proven healthier, with modern intensive livestock farming techniques blamed for many health issues blighting Western populations today. In addition, a vegetarian diet can be rich in fibre, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants while low in saturated fat and cholesterol.

Industrial Intensive Farming

A strict vegetarian diet is also associated with environmental and ethical concerns. The meat industry is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and deforestation, and the treatment of animals in factory farms has raised concerns about animal welfare. By avoiding meat, vegetarians can reduce their environmental impact and avoid contributing to animal suffering.
There are several types of vegetarianism, ranging from lacto-ovo-vegetarian to vegan. While the reasons for adopting a vegetarian lifestyle vary, the health benefits, environmental impact, and ethical concerns associated with vegetarianism have recently increased in popularity.