Carnivore & Herbivore Dieters
Written by Diet Bites
The Defining Diet Differences
Meat vs Veggies - the race is on with two dieters galloping towards the Daily Diet Finish Line.
What defines a Carnivore Dieter - and what separates them from the Herbivore?
Let's find out....
Traits of the Carnivore Dieter
The Carnivore Dieter is generally a wild and wooly dieter. They also tend to be an aggressive dieter, willing to track and hunt desired foods.
They are generally concerned with taste and quality of foods rather than fat content. This individual also enjoys incorporating Omnivore related foods into their daily diet.
Diet Carnivores come in all shapes and sizes and may be big like a wolf, medium-size like a hawk, or small like a toad.
Traits of the Herbivore Dieter
The Herbivore Dieter eats no meat and enjoys fruits and vegetables and in many cases, banishes dairy from their diet plan. They are generally mild tempered when it comes to dieting and are pleased to enjoy healthy foods of the earth.
They more often than not choose this eating style for better health.
The Herbivore Dieter may be very concerned with animal preservation and animal kindness.
This dieter comes in all shapes and sizes and may be big like a deer, medium-size like a sheep, or small like a squirrel.
However, in general, because most of the foods that make up the Herbivore Dieter's diet are low in calories and fat, these individuals tend to be at - or closer to - their ideal weight than the Carnivore Dieters.
The Best of Both Worlds
When everything is said and done it's important to feel good about the foods that we eat. When that isn't the case, it spoils the dining experience.
I'm a stickler in the area of eggs. In a few specialized diets - such as a strict vegetarian diet, eggs will not be found on the menu nor will any food or drink that has been produced by an animal.
I feel best when purchasing non-caged eggs. On those times when the market has been out of them, I will pass by the caged eggs because I know what the chicken went through to put that egg in the carton.
This is just one example - and not intended to push my personal views onto your food choices. Non-caged produced eggs tend to be very expensive, so luckily I have a local market which sells them for the same price as the caged-produced eggs.
Our point is that there are many different types of dieters in the world. Whatever foods that you like - enjoy them. Eat in moderation, exercise in moderation and enjoy life. But do keep in mind that the healthier choices that you make in your daily diet have an impact over the level of health come the morrow.