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In recent years, the number of people following a vegetarian diet has increased dramatically. Research suggests that those who follow a vegetarian diet have lower rates of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity. Vegetarian diets also have a positive impact on the environment.

As a result of this trend, many restaurants have started providing vegan menus, and there are even supermarkets with dedicated sections for vegans.

The Catch in a Vegetarian Diet

When you eat meat, the animal protein is broken down and used to rebuild and repair your body. When you cut down or eliminate your intake of animal protein, it’s not getting broken down and used to repair and build your body. This means that you’re more likely to lose muscle while following a vegetarian diet.

The Solution

The good news is that you can get the benefits of a vegetarian diet while maintaining your muscle mass by consuming protein powder. Protein powders provide your body with all nine essential amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein.