Pros and Cons of Becoming a VEGETARIAN

Millions of people currently subsist on a diet free of meat, and millions more do so on a diet completely free of any animal produce whatsoever. For some reason, what a person chooses (or rather in this case, chooses not) to eat is a weirdly contentious issue online. So we compiled a list of 5 pros and 5 cons of a vegetarian or vegan diet you you may want to consider if not eating meat is something that’s ever appealed to you.

→Subscribe for new videos every day!

Help us translate our videos: – Learn more why you might want to help:

Find more lists at:

Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet!

Subscribe to our Facebook:

Business inquiries to

Other TopTenz Videos:

Top 10 “Vegetarian” Foods Which Aren’t Actually Vegetarian

Top 10 Toxic Foods We Love To Eat

Text version:

Coming up:

5. Vegetarian diets cost more (if you’re poor)
4. Vegetarian diets are worse healthwise (if you don’t do it properly)
3. Demand for exotic produce can be harmful to the environment, in specific circumstances
2. A vegetarian diet still harms tons of animals
1. Vegetarians are more likely to suffer from health problems
5. Vegetarian and vegans are often thinner
4. A (good) vegetarian diet is rich in lesser consumed vitamins and minerals
3. It can give you a better “Antioxidant status”
2. A vegetarian diet can improve your overall mood (in the short term)
1. A vegetarian diet might protect you from dying of a heart attack

Source/Further reading:×408.jpg

Post Author: MNS Master