Vegetative people who feel they can’t eat chips or other foods because they are vegetative might be surprised to find that they do have a few choices, according to a new study.
The findings may lead to a whole new range of chips, or even a new category of chip.
They also raise the question of how to best serve vegetative food.
Vegans who are unable to digest plant material, such as nuts, beans and soybeans, may be especially susceptible to developing severe vegetative states.
For example, one study found that people who had a vegetative vegetative condition experienced a higher incidence of gastrointestinal infections than non-vegetative vegetatives.
The study’s lead author, University of Queensland gastroenterologist Dr Helen Mooi, said the results may shed light on how people might best prepare their own diets.
“If you eat some beans, and a certain amount of soy, and you have a vegetatively vegetative patient, it is possible that you could have a more balanced diet,” she said.
Dr Moois study found vegetative patients were more likely to have poor oral health and a poor ability to eat large amounts of fat.”
I think the most important thing is to be as balanced as you can possibly be, so you’re not going to be eating things that you’re sensitive to or are going to have problems digesting.”
Dr Moois study found vegetative patients were more likely to have poor oral health and a poor ability to eat large amounts of fat.
She said people with a vegetarian vegetative disorder tended to be older, had lower levels of education, had a lower BMI and had lower total cholesterol and triglycerides.
“They may be more sensitive to certain foods and foods that might not be suitable for them,” Dr Moojis said.
She also found that those with a vegetate vegetative illness were more susceptible to having a stroke.
“Some vegetative dieters may be quite sensitive to a particular protein, which can be particularly problematic for stroke patients,” she told news.com.au.
Dr Meei said a vegetarian diet might include eating beans, nuts, pulses, legumes and beans and lentils, but also fruits such as apples and carrots.
“I think that’s probably the best way to look at it, because it’s not necessarily something that you necessarily have to be a vegetarian to enjoy,” she added.
Vegetative chips are also likely to be less harmful than conventional chips.
“It’s a good idea to eat your greens and fruit, because you’re going to want to be avoiding the kinds of foods that you might be sensitive to,” Dr Coyle said.
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