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  • Vegetarian är en livsstil för människor som lever bara på grönsaker och inte äter kött. Under 2010 när Destiny Expeditionen var på beast planet för utforskning undersökning av ätbara växter när dem stötte på rymd hjort. När gruppen pratade om äta hjorten Doktor Lisa Park trodde inte dem menade allvar och Ronald Greer frågade henne hur hon skulle tillaga dem. Men hon svarade att hon var vegetarian och Mästare Sergeant Ronald Greer inte på henne. Löjtnant Vanessa James berättade att dem alla hade varit vegetarianer sedan dem kom ombord på Destiny. (SGU: "The Hunt")
  • The term vegetarian referred to a person or creature who followed a plant-based diet and did not eat meat. Tarasins were normally vegetarians, and Advozse and Ithorians were strictly vegetarian, as were female H'nemthe virgins. Bilars were another vegetarian species.
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  • The reason why most people acquire a vegetarian diet is mainly psychological sympathy for the natural rights of animals other than humans, although in the past this has also been done out of a belief that a no-meat diet is inherently healthier than a meat-eating diet for human beings. There is some evidence to support it since meat eaters too often are tempted to eat unhealthy types of meat with high saturated Fat content. Lean meat is as healthy as a vegetarian diet. However, one prominent vegetarian said that the reason why he didn't eat meat was because humans don't salivate when they see raw meat, unlike natural killers like tigers. But a study shows that there is a group of humans who do actually salivate when they see raw meat. Vegetarians who are liberal tend to be cool. Some brilli
  • Vegetarianism is the practice of a diet that excludes all animal flesh, including poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, and slaughter by-products. The reasons for choosing vegetarianism may be related to morality, religion, culture, ethics, aesthetics, environment, society, economy, politics, taste, or health. Vegetarian diets have been found to satisfy the nutritional needs for all stages of life, and large-scale studies have shown vegetarianism to increase longevity, improve health, and significantly lower risks of cancer and other diseases. Types of Vegetarians:
  • A vegetarian excluded any meat-based foods from their diets, either as a personal choice or as part of their culture. They are not to be confused with herbivores, whose natural diet consisted solely of plant-based foods. Though a vegetarian diet might be seen as a more moral choice (as opposed to eating slaughtered meat), it was once noted by Spock that, as plants are living organisms, vegetarians and meat-eaters alike feed on death. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold" ) On early 21st century Earth, the term "Veggie" might be used for such a person. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")
  • Vegetarianism was first described by Sir Isaac Newton after a cow fell on his head while he sat under an apple tree during a tornado. Newton is credited with the creation of Vegetarianism Theory, which is built on a number of axioms: The commutative property of soy: Soy may be stored in any location and will taste the same. The nihilistic property of soy: Soy may have no taste. The law of the conservation of soy: Soy may not be created nor destroyed: only transformed. She was, it should be added, eating a chicken drumstick during the course of the interview.
  • A vegetarian is a person who excludes food products derived from the slaughter of animals (generally mammals and birds) from their diet. Depending on the individuals preferences and beliefs, some animal products such as eggs, milk, dairy products and fish may be part of the diet. A person who excludes all animal based products from their diet is generally referred to as a vegan. For the most part, vegetarian diets are very healthy, and certainly contain less fat and more nutrients than omnivorous diets. There are generally only two problems that can arise with such a diet:
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  • A vegetarian is a person who excludes food products derived from the slaughter of animals (generally mammals and birds) from their diet. Depending on the individuals preferences and beliefs, some animal products such as eggs, milk, dairy products and fish may be part of the diet. A person who excludes all animal based products from their diet is generally referred to as a vegan. For the most part, vegetarian diets are very healthy, and certainly contain less fat and more nutrients than omnivorous diets. There are generally only two problems that can arise with such a diet: * Vitamin B-12 deficiency - Vitamin B-12 is not found in plants and vegetarians must usually take supplements. Milk contains adequate B-12. Some plants are thought to contain B-12, but this contention is quite controversial. People become vegetarians for a variety of reasons, including religious beliefs, ethical problems with the treatment of animals, and for perceived health benefits. Several characters on the show have been vegetarians for ethical and health reasons, including Honey and Frankie. Of the cast members, Kal Penn was a vegetarian for religious reasons.
  • Vegetarian är en livsstil för människor som lever bara på grönsaker och inte äter kött. Under 2010 när Destiny Expeditionen var på beast planet för utforskning undersökning av ätbara växter när dem stötte på rymd hjort. När gruppen pratade om äta hjorten Doktor Lisa Park trodde inte dem menade allvar och Ronald Greer frågade henne hur hon skulle tillaga dem. Men hon svarade att hon var vegetarian och Mästare Sergeant Ronald Greer inte på henne. Löjtnant Vanessa James berättade att dem alla hade varit vegetarianer sedan dem kom ombord på Destiny. (SGU: "The Hunt")
  • The term vegetarian referred to a person or creature who followed a plant-based diet and did not eat meat. Tarasins were normally vegetarians, and Advozse and Ithorians were strictly vegetarian, as were female H'nemthe virgins. Bilars were another vegetarian species.
  • Es un alienigena de Ben 10 Evil Celestialsapien.
  • The reason why most people acquire a vegetarian diet is mainly psychological sympathy for the natural rights of animals other than humans, although in the past this has also been done out of a belief that a no-meat diet is inherently healthier than a meat-eating diet for human beings. There is some evidence to support it since meat eaters too often are tempted to eat unhealthy types of meat with high saturated Fat content. Lean meat is as healthy as a vegetarian diet. However, one prominent vegetarian said that the reason why he didn't eat meat was because humans don't salivate when they see raw meat, unlike natural killers like tigers. But a study shows that there is a group of humans who do actually salivate when they see raw meat. Vegetarians who are liberal tend to be cool. Some brilliant people such as Leonardo da Vinci, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and H.G. Wells made the decision not to eat meat, though not all these people embody current liberal beliefs very well. Adolf Hitler was also a vegetarian. (Conservapedia thinks-Key word here: THINKS- there is a link between vegetarianism and Nazism. This connection is silly, stupid, and bull..er...Yeah.) While one has a right to refuse to consume animal food or just have a vegetarian diet, vegetarians should also realize that the idea of laws banning killing animals for food is absurd.
  • Vegetarianism was first described by Sir Isaac Newton after a cow fell on his head while he sat under an apple tree during a tornado. Newton is credited with the creation of Vegetarianism Theory, which is built on a number of axioms: The commutative property of soy: Soy may be stored in any location and will taste the same. The nihilistic property of soy: Soy may have no taste. The law of the conservation of soy: Soy may not be created nor destroyed: only transformed. Newton's vegetarian theories are the best known of the era, and a cookie would later be named in Newton's honor. It should be noted, however, that Leibniz simultaneously and independently postulated many of the same principles; however, the Eggplant Leibniz was a rather less successful dessert. Yet, Vegetarianism Theory would not reach its apex until the groundbreaking (or, perhaps, ground-sowing) work of Enrico Fermi who, after walking past an experimental nuclear reactor with a pocket full of kidney beans, found himself the surprised possessor of a pocket full of chili. Building on Einstein's work with quantum mechanics, Fermi realized that the mass destroyed was proportional to the square of tastiness gained – thus, the equation: where m stands for the mass of the food in question, u represents the 'zest constant,' or about 5.3023 millibars, the huge Greek thing stands for the soy conversion factor (which may range from zero to 1.5), and k is to stand for tastiness gained, as measured in picolitres. Fermi published his first results in the Journal of Culinary Physics in 1941 – the first significant article in a journal which had long focused on such minutiae as the correct angle to flip pancakes and the proper torque of the strokes used in the formation of aerated lactose neo-1,5-hydroglutamate, also referred to as "whipping cream." Fermi's article was originally to be called "Twentieth Century Discourses in Soya Dynamics and Osmosis: an Interdisciplinary Approach"; however, this was deemed too idiotic by the editing staff, and was changed to "Do you eat cows? I don't anymore: An Interdisciplinary Approach." Initial academic reaction to Fermi's work was mixed. “Do you eat cows?” was immediately accepted in the vegetarian ghettos of American cities, their inhabitants formerly having validated their lives using only Newton's incomplete works. George Orwell's Animal Farm is said to be based directly on Fermi's conception of vegetarianism, with the structure of the farm representing modern agroeconomic concepts, and with Snowball and Napoleon representing Archer Daniels Midland and Dole Bananas. Yet, many noteworthy scientists were quick to reject vegetarianism, with ethologist Jane Goodall going so far as to call it a “crock of shit” on a television talk show in 1960: All I'm saying is that there are animals that you eat, and animals that you don't eat. I mean, I'd be lying if I told you that I never looked at one of those monkeys and went, “Man, wouldn't that be a great dish of spare ribs?” But Enrico Fermi...that's definitely the kind of animal that you would want to eat. I mean, with hoisin sauce or otherwise. She was, it should be added, eating a chicken drumstick during the course of the interview. Fermi's work seems to have withstood the test of time, however, and "Do you eat cows?" stands as a monument to scientific literature worldwide. In a recent survey of college librarians, "Do you eat cows?" was rated as the third most important literary work of the twentieth century, behind only the February 1996 issue of Teen People magazine (featuring the quiz entitled, "Is your hair too fat?") and Albert Einstein's later (1968) work, "Do you eat soy? I freaking don't. You sack of shit, Enrico Fermi."
  • A vegetarian excluded any meat-based foods from their diets, either as a personal choice or as part of their culture. They are not to be confused with herbivores, whose natural diet consisted solely of plant-based foods. Though a vegetarian diet might be seen as a more moral choice (as opposed to eating slaughtered meat), it was once noted by Spock that, as plants are living organisms, vegetarians and meat-eaters alike feed on death. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold" ) On early 21st century Earth, the term "Veggie" might be used for such a person. (ENT: "Carpenter Street") Most Vulcans, including T'Pol and Spock, were vegetarians. (ENT: "Broken Bow", "Terra Prime"; TOS: "All Our Yesterdays" ) The v'tosh ka'tur were a major exception, however. (ENT: "Fusion") Spock was described as a herbivore once, in TAS: "The Slaver Weapon". In VOY: "Flashback", Tuvok eats (seemingly non-replicated) Porakan eggs. By some definitions, eggs are not vegetarian. The Vulcan propensity for vegetarianism was mentioned in the first draft script of ENT: "Shadows of P'Jem" (written while the episode had the working title "Untitled Andorians Return"), wherein Commander Tucker commented to Vulcan Captain Sopek, "For a bunch vegetarians, you people can be awfully trigger happy." In the final edit of the episode, the reference to vegetarianism is omitted, Tucker instead remarking to Sopek, "You're awfully trigger happy for someone who's repressed his emotions." Commander Tucker once inquired if Colonel Grat was a vegetarian, during a dinner invite in 2152. (ENT: "Detained") The inhabitants of Omicron Ceti III were forced to be vegetarians, after all the animals there died. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise" ) By 2364, Humans no longer enslaved animals for food purposes, although "meat" remained available, and continued to be eaten, in the form of the inorganically materialized output of replicators. An Antican ambassador, who insisted on slaughtering live animals for food, considered this practice to to be "sickening" and "barbaric." (TNG: "Lonely Among Us" ) The preference for keeping live animals by the Human colonists on Omicron Ceti III a century earlier suggests the practice was abandoned sometime between those two points. Some Humans, like Chakotay, also chose the life of a vegetarian as an expression of their spiritual beliefs. The Trill Tobin Dax was also a vegetarian. (VOY: "Unity", "Workforce"; DS9: "Afterimage") Deanna Troi became concerned that the Evora may be vegetarians after they began eating the floral arrangements at their reception in 2375. (Star Trek: Insurrection)
  • Vegetarianism is the practice of a diet that excludes all animal flesh, including poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, and slaughter by-products. The reasons for choosing vegetarianism may be related to morality, religion, culture, ethics, aesthetics, environment, society, economy, politics, taste, or health. There are several variants of the diet, some of which also exclude eggs and/or some products produced from animal labor such as dairy products and honey. Veganism, for example, excludes all animal products from diet. By some strict definitions, animal products are not used for attire either, whether or not the production of clothing or items has involved the actual death of an animal (dairy, eggs, honey, wool, silk, down feathers, etc.) A generic term for both vegetarianism and veganism, as well as for similar diets, is "Plant-based diets". Vegetarian diets have been found to satisfy the nutritional needs for all stages of life, and large-scale studies have shown vegetarianism to increase longevity, improve health, and significantly lower risks of cancer and other diseases. Types of Vegetarians: * Vegetarianism (on Wikipedia)
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