Vegetarian eating plans are healthy and nutrition-packed, and may help you lose weight. You can start simple, with a few meatless meals each week and gradually ramp up. Lots of great protein-rich options these days! A lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet includes dairy and eggs.
Hundreds of easy Vegetarian recipes, carefully crafted for balanced nutrition and great taste by MyNetDiary's team of Registered Dietitians. Here are a few sample recipes:
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The app tracks calories, as well as all macros, vitamins, and minerals. Make sure you get all the essential nutrients that might be a challenge for vegetarians - protein, calcium, vitamins D, B-12 and more. Select from 50 nutrients and see them throughout the app - on the Dashboard, for meals, in reports.
See where you are at a glance - your calories, nutrients, and progress.
Easy planning of your diet, exercise, and meals to make sure you are on track.
Reports and charts help you see the big picture and adjust your diet as needed.
MyNetDiary can track up to 50 nutrients, to make sure you are getting enough of important nutrients.
See macros and nutrients, along with Food Grade for your days.
Provides valuable feedback on your diet and nutrients, highlights important foods, and suggests more ideas for your diet.
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