Indeed, vegetarians get lumped into this category of people who are missing out on all the fun. But is that really true? Well, it depends on your definition of fun. Do you see fun as living a long and healthy life? Do you see it as having a positive impact on the world around you?
If so, a vegetarian diet just might be the way to go.
Here are 7 Things That Happen to Your Body If You Don’t Eat Meat

1.The number of good-bacteria in your gut will increase
Did you know you have a second brain in your gut? Seriously, your gut contains an incredible network of neurons that even affect your mood. Eating lots of meat and dairy quickly makes some major changes to your gut by shifting around the microbes responsible for its health. This can lead to inflammation and intestinal diseases that’ll leave you feeling quite miserable.
The gut flora of people who eat meat differs from those of vegetarians. Data shows that people who only eat vegetable products have more protective-bacteria.

2.You’ll Reduce Inflammation
Eating lots of meat causes inflammation throughout your body. In-turn, inflammation leads to heart-attacks, strokes and arthritis.
A proper vegetarian-diet, on the other hand, will naturally reduce inflammation by lowering your body’s levels of C-reactive protein.

Plant-based diets are naturally anti-inflammatory, because they are high in fiber, antioxidants, and other phytonutrients.
3.You’ll Change Your DNA for The Better
Researchers have found that a vegetarian diet significantly decreases the expression of cancer-genes. A vegetarian diet also lengthens your telomeres, the caps at the end of your DNA chromosomes that typically shorten as you age.

4.Your skin will look healthier.
Many vegetarians notice that their skin improves: blackheads and acne disappear. Scientists say that if you replace meat with fruit and vegetables, all toxins will be flushed out. Such a detox affects your skin in a good-way.

5.Your Bad Cholesterol Levels Go-Down
Processed-meat contains a ton of saturated-fat. Eating too much saturated-fat will cause a spike in your LDL-cholesterol levels. That’s a major risk factor for heart-disease, the number one killer in America.
Studies have shown that switching to a vegetarian diet lowers your LDL-cholesterol levels at a rate comparable to that of cholesterol medications.

6.You Will Get the Right Type of Protein

One fear many people have when faced with the proposition of vegetarianism is lacking protein. And yeah, that is a real possibility. But eating lots of meat leads to the exact opposite problem – having too-much protein. That’s no-good either.
Excess protein gets turned into fat, which of course leads to a number of concerns, including heart-disease and cancer. The solution? Go-vegetarian but do it the right-way.  Eat plenty of things like oatmeal, beans and almonds. All your protein should amount to 10% of your total calorie intake.

7.You’ll lose some weight.
People who give-up meat can lose around 10-pounds. Besides, they don’t need to count calories and ramp-up their workout-program. Your vegetable-diet will cope with everything perfectly.

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