Vegetarians do not eat only plant-based food, but also Lacto products. The Vegetarian diet is associated with a lower risk of death heart disease, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, blood pressure, and lower rates of type two Diabetes. Due to the heading of our planet, replacing meat with a vegetarian diet is crucial for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Eating vegetarian food for a year counts for taking a family car off the road for six months. Other than that, a vegetarian diet demands two and a half times less the amount of land to grow food than meat-based nutrition, where it takes far less water to produce plant protein than meat.