The word vegetarian is on record since 1839, referring to what was previously just described as “vegetable diet”. It is a compound of vegetable and the suffix arian (as in agrarian). The term was popularised with the foundation of the Vegetarian Society in Manchester, UK in 184 The earliest occurrences of the term seem to be related to Alcott House, a school on the north side of Ham Common, London, opened in July 1838 by James Pierrepont Greaves, from 1841 known as A Concordium, or Industry Harmony College, from which time the institution began to publish its own pamphlet “The Healthian”, which provides some of the earliest occurrences of the term “vegetarian”.
Fruit and Vegetable Diet
The following are the types of vegetables that are considered to have low calories and are great to eat if you’re in a diet or want to lose weight. These include carrots, cucumbers, radishes, fresh green beans, celery, cauliflower, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, and lettuce. Clearly, you don’t have to go all green when you’re in a vegetable diet. If you look at the choices, you can gather for yourself that these not only contain the least calories, they are packed with essential nutrients as well.
The Vegetable Soup Diet is an effective way to lose your weight and give your body the nutrients it needs as well as protein and carbohydrates. Never use canned vegetables because it contains high sodium content. Instead, choose to use as many fresh vegetable as possible in your concoction of vegetable diet. Continue reading…