Being a vegetarian is great. I was one for four years and experienced good health benefits while I did it.
Most of the perceived drawbacks of being vegetarian are usually not true. Vegetarians have strong bones, get enough protein, and actually have the benefit of getting less heme iron than the population at large.
But can it possibly be true that being vegetarian…..awesome as it may be…..might eventually lead you to miss out on a few ingredients that you really need for optimum health?