Vegetarian eating pattern

Nowadays, more and more people are choosing to consume fewer animal-based foods. When meat and fish are not consumed but eggs and milk are included, this is called lacto-ovo vegetarianism. A key point is to replace these animal-based foods correctly to ensure the diet remains complete. Additionally, vegetarians need more protein than people who eat meat. This is because there is a difference between animal and plant proteins.



A dietitian can help keep the diet complete in a vegetarian eating pattern. The focus is particularly on ensuring adequate intake of vitamin B1, B12, iron, and protein. Additionally, a dietitian can provide information on making the right choices to replace meat and fish.


Are you interested in a vegetarian diet? We would be happy to guide you with tailored nutritional advice.

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