It was found that vegetarians are on average twice as hardy eaters and 5 times faster recover their strength.
One of the greatest misconceptions about vegetarian diets is that vegetarians - people who are physically frail, pale and sickly. Abundant evidence shows that vegetarians are more powerful, agile and durable than the people who use the meat, because they are not exhausting your body a huge energy consumption required to remove toxins meat.
Such research scientists like Dr. Per-Olaf Åstrand from Sweden, the famous American doctor R.Chittenden, Dr. Irving Fisher, Honored Russian science professor M.Pevzner, G.Shatalova and many others, spent studies have shown that the transition to vegetarian diet does not lead to a deterioration and a significant improvement in physical strength and endurance, and 25-100% higher.
In 1906 and 1907. Dr. Irving Fisher of Yale University conducted a test of endurance. The studies were conducted among athletes, trainers, doctors and nurses of the University. The results were a surprise to many, as they have shown that vegetarians are about 2 times more hardy than meat eaters. Similar studies conducted by John Kellogg in the military sanatorium in Michigan, gave the same results.
Later scientists University of Brussels George. Loteyka and B. Kipani conducted their research to prove or disprove the results of experiments Irving Fisher. Vegetarians stand the test of endurance is 2-3 times longer than meat-eaters, and after the test is spent on recreation 1/5 of the time spent for the same purpose carnivores.
These unexpected results have shown that a vegetarian diet is excellent for developing physical strength and endurance.
Exercise, eat living food! God bless you!