A case of sick vegetarian


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A case of sick vegetarian

  1. 1. the practice of abstaining from the consumption of meat , poultry, seafood and the flesh of any other animal include abstention from by-products of animal slaughter. A strict vegetarian diet excludes all animal products including eggs , dairies , beeswax and honey. Vegans also avoid animal products such as leather for clothing and goose-fat for shoe polish.
  2. 2. Reasons of being a vegan Many object to eating meat out of respect for sentiment life Ethical motivations Religious beliefs Religious beliefs Political Environmental Aesthetic Economic
  3. 3. SEMI-VEGETARIAN DIET consist largely of vegetarian foods, but may include fish or poultry, or sometimes other meats, on an infrequent basis. Those with diets containing fish or poultry may define meat only as mammalian flesh and may identify with vegetarianism. A pescetarian diet has been described as "fish but no other meat".
  4. 4. Earliest record of vegetarianism come from ancient India and ancient Greece in the 5th century . In the Asian - instance the diet was closely connected with the idea was closely connected with the idea of nonviolence towards animals (called ahimsa in India) Promoted by religious groups and philosophers . Among the Hellenes , Egyptians and others – it had medical or ritual purification purposes . Following the Christianisation of the Roman Empire in late antiquity – vegetarianism practically disappeared from Europe as it was in other Continents, except India.
  5. 5. Several orders of monks in medieval Europe resticted or banned the consumption of meat for ascetic reasons , but none of them eschewed fish . During the Renaissance , becoming more widespread in the 19th and 20th centuries . In 1847 , the 1st Vegetarian Society was founded in UK , Germany , Netherlands and other countries followed . In 1908 – The International Vegetarian Union was founded , a union of the national societies . In the Western world , the popularity of vegetarianism grew during the 20th century as a result of – nutritional , ethical , environmental and economic concerns .
  6. 6. LACTO VEGETARIANISM (dairy products but not eggs) VEGANISM (excludes all animal flesh and products) RAW VEGANISM (fresh and uncooked fruit,nuts,seeds and vegetables) OVO VEGETARIANISM (eggs but not dairy products) OVO-LACTO VEGETARIANISM (animal/dairy products such as eggs,milk,honey)
  7. 7. JAIN VEGETARIANISM (dairy but xcludes eggs, honey , root vegetables) MACROBIOTIC DIETS (whole grains and beans) BUDDHIST VEGETARIANISM -excludes all animal products and vegetables in allium family SATTVIC DIET (dairy , honey ) -excludes anything from the onion or leek family,mushrooms,blue cheese,coffee,alcoholic drinks,coffee,chocolates FRUITARIANISM (fruits ,nuts, seeds and other plant matter)
  9. 9. Fatigue Shortness of breath SYMPTOMS Heart attack diarrhea Numbness or tingling sensation in finger and toes anaemia nervousness
  10. 10. Solution to overcome the illness the clams, oysters, mussels, liver, caviars, octopus, fish, crab and lobster ,beef, lamb or mutton, cheese and eggs vitamin B12 helps with metabolism, converting food into stable energy, utilizing iron, producing healthy red blood cells, and a host of other benefits vegetarians should take vitamin B12
  11. 11. exercise regularly • at least three times per week • Make simple exercise • Better is everyday jogging Sit-up
  12. 12. • eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit every day • avoid processed food • practice eat the fruit before we taking the heavy meal fresh vegetables and fruit vegetables Processed food
  13. 13. • as our guideline to follow for the servings Follow the food pyramid
  14. 14. STRICT VEGANS people who don't eat any animal products, including meat, eggs, or milk take the vitamin B12 supplement or include plenty of fortified foods get the B12 injection • Hydroxocobalamin injection • injected into a muscle every two to four days • After about six injections the patient should have a good store of B12.
  15. 15. OTHER CASES RELATED TO THE VEGETARIANS BALDNES S Excessive intake Vitamin A Cause vitamin A toxicity Hair loss
  16. 16. Vitamin B12 iron Vitamin D Calcium
  17. 17. ADVANTAGES "well-planned" vegetarian and even vegan diets are "healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of diseases like type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and cancer. Such diets are also "appropriate" even during pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood and adolescence and for athletes. Vegetarianism is perhaps one of the most powerful single steps an individual can take to address such issues because : Mostly the industrial raising of meat animals, generates about a fifth of the world's greenhouse gases. It increases other pollutants like pesticides, uses large amounts of increasingly scarce resources like oil, water and land, and is in many places tied to labour abuses. In the US alone, 10 billion animals are slaughtered annually, often after being raised in questionable conditions.
  18. 18. Vegetarians must pay particular attention to eating enough protein, iron, calcium, omega 3 fatty acids, and Vitamin B12. Vegans need B12 supplements or B12-fortified plant foods to maintain their health. Vegetarians, especially vegans, must also be constantly cautious about the abundance of foodstuffs that contain "hidden" animal-based ingredients Vegetarians must thoroughly relearn basic skills like routine and holiday menu planning, grocery shopping, and food preparation. This process can be difficult to sustain, especially in contexts where meat eaters are the majority and vegetarians the minority Meat eaters and vegetarians may conflict over their dietary differences. vegetarians may feel they are continually exposed to meat eaters' curiosity, scepticism, and hostility. DISADVANTAGE
  19. 19. ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE OF A VEGETARIAN DIET Is Being a Vegan or Vegetarian at Odds with Being Muslim? -The idea of Muslims being vegetarian or vegans has prompted some debate. -Islamic scholars such as the late Egyptian scholar Gamal al-Banna agree that Muslims who choose vegetarianism/veganism can do so for a number of reasons including a personal expression of faith or spirituality. -Al-Banna has stated "When someone becomes vegetarian they do so for a number of reasons: compassion, environment and health reasons. -Prophet Muhammad would also want followers to be healthy, compassionate and not destroy our environment. If someone believes not eating meat is that way, it is not like they are going to go to hell for it. It may be the right thing to do. -Hamza Yusuf Hason, a popular American Muslim scholar has been warning against the ethical and environmental dangers of the factory farming industry and the health related issues of over consumption of meat. -His research indicates that the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, and most early Muslims were semi-vegetarians, consuming meat on occasion.
  20. 20. DIET OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD • What Rasulullah do and do not do. D O N O T E A T MEAT with FISH FISH with MILK. CHICKEN with MILK. FRUIT with MILK cocktail. MILK with VINEGAR. FISH with SALAD FISH with an EGG MILK with MEAT.
  21. 21. What Rasulullah do Rasulullah like to drink milk. Rasulullah always eat fruit first. Rasulullah always eat cereal such as barley and oats. Rasulullah also eat bread whis is made from native wheat. Rasulullah eat palm fruit and also others fruit such as watermelon. Rasulullah also love vegetables. Rasulullah always encourage us to take honey and practise to drink plenty of water. Rasulullah prohibit us from eating too much and extreme. Rasulullah also order us to take a little bit of salt before eating and after eating. Rasulullah teach us to eat with our hand without spoon, fork or chopticks. Rasulullah prohibit us from not taking our dinner. Fasting.
  22. 22. EXAMPLE OF VEGETARIAN DIET IN MALAYSIA Malaysia is actually a brilliant place to be for a vegetarian, seriously Sure, you are going to have to order more than your fair share of char kway teow or mee goreng, (without meat) That's far more pleasurable than having to eat salad sandwiches everyday In many respects, a vegetarian in Malaysia will eat far better than in most other countries, including Australia.