Low-carb diets or “low-carb” diets are meals programs that restrict carbohydrate consumption, often for the treatment of obesity or diabetes. Foods rich in easily digestible carbohydrates (eg, sugar, bread, pasta) are limited or substituted by foods with a higher percentage of fat and moderate amount of protein (eg meat, poultry, fish, eggs, cheese , nuts and seeds) and other low-carbohydrate foods (eg most vegetable salads such as spinach, cabbage, chard etc) in spite of other vegetable products and fruits. The amount of carbohydrate allowed varies according to different low carbohydrate diets plan.
The vegetarian diet is fundamentally based on eliminating any type of meat or fish from the diet. The food is based on the consumption of cereals, vegetables, fruits, vegetables, nuts.
Types of vegetarian diets are: Egg-lacto-vegetarianism; Egg-vegetarianism; Lacto-vegetarianism; Veganism; Pesco-vegetarianism; Semi-vegetarianism; Crudivorism and Frugivorism.
A vegetarian diet lowers your risk of suffering from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and even some types of cancer. Life expectancy can increase by an average of 7 or 8 years more. The consumption of fiber in the vegetarian diet is higher, which will bring benefits to our organism. Following a vegetarian diet the expenses in food will be reduced, compared to a normal diet.