“Vegetarian Festival” Besides earning merit, what else do you get?

“The Vegetarian Festival” is a traditional festival based on ancient beliefs.

It follows the path of abstaining from taking the lives of animals, holding it as a virtue, to gain merit and cultivate compassion.

Nowadays, many young people are turning to vegetarianism like their elders. However, they also prioritize health care. Do you know that vegetarianism is highly beneficial for health? Let’s explore together the benefits of being vegetarian.

1. Eating vegetarian allows the digestive system to take a break from heavy processing. Vegetarian food mainly consists of vegetables, supplemented with carbohydrates and easily digestible protein from legumes, which is easier to digest than animal meat and fats. This allows the digestive system, including the stomach, small intestine, and large intestine, to become stronger as they get a break from heavy processing throughout the year.

2. Cleanses toxins from our body. Vegetables and fruits we consume not only digest easily but also contain high-quality dietary fiber that helps improve our digestive and excretory systems. Consuming them in large amounts helps eliminate waste and toxins accumulated in our bodies. Additionally, it helps alleviate chronic constipation, a common issue for many meat lovers, by promoting proper bowel movements.

3. Reduces the risk of serious illnesses and boosts immunity. Regular consumption of vegetarian food reduces the risk of various diseases such as cancer, heart disease, cardiovascular diseases, clogged arteries, hemorrhoids, and diabetes. Vegetarian foods, rich in dietary fiber, help prevent cancer, lower cholesterol levels, and regulate blood sugar levels, unlike red meat and fatty foods that are high in unhealthy fats and harmful cholesterol that jeopardize our health. Consistent consumption of vegetarian food helps cleanse the blood, allowing cells in the body to gradually deteriorate less. This results in feeling stronger and healthier, less prone to illness.

4. Radiant skin with increased hydration. It may come as a surprise, but a vegetarian diet contributes to healthier skin because of the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals found abundantly in various fruits and vegetables. The more you consume these foods, the more they nourish your skin, leaving it looking radiant, fresh, and youthful, delaying signs of aging.

5. Weight loss is achievable with a mindful vegetarian diet. Even though vegetarian meals primarily focus on vegetables and grains, they also include starches. Therefore, indulging in fried or oily dishes or those excessively sweetened won’t magically transform your vegetarian diet into a weight-loss regime. If you’re aiming to shed some pounds while on a vegetarian diet, it’s essential to choose lean, healthy options consistently.

– Choose whole grains or unpolished rice instead of refined grains, such as brown rice, whole wheat bread, oats, and various grains.

– Opt for leafy vegetables over starchy ones because leafy greens have fewer carbohydrates than starchy vegetables. Therefore, consuming leafy greens provides less energy and fewer carbohydrates, which helps prevent weight gain.

– Choose steamed, boiled, or stewed dishes over fried and stir-fried ones to avoid consuming excess oil, which is high in fat.

– Limit sweet treats, even when on a vegetarian diet. Eating vegetarian doesn’t mean you can indulge in desserts freely. Whether it’s vegetarian or non-vegetarian food, excessive sweetness and sugar intake can lead to weight gain.

– Consume soy milk in moderation, not exceeding 2-3 boxes per day.

– Regular exercise should accompany dietary choices for overall health and well-being.


Eating vegetarian not only brings merit but also benefits our bodies. For those who haven’t tried it yet, this year’s vegetarian festival is a good opportunity to start.


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