I have been eating meat, rice and eggs in moderation since I was a child, but the food I now eat is far too high in salt and sugar.
In my 20s, I decided to reduce my meat intake to zero, but my friends and I had no idea that our meat intake was contributing to our health problems.
When I became a vegetarian, I realised that this wasn’t sustainable, so I started looking for ways to reduce the amount of meat I ate.
I am not alone.
There are many people who have started vegetarianism.
But what are the options available?
There are many vegans who believe that vegans should be able to enjoy meat as a source of protein and a source for fibre.
But many vegans also believe that the best way to improve their health is to consume more plant-based foods.
There is also the argument that it is better for people to eat less meat than to eat more meat.
Veganism is a lifestyle choice, and one that needs to be made on a sustainable basis.
The health benefits of vegetarianism are not confined to meat-eaters.
Vegans also enjoy other healthy eating options, including beans, vegetables and fruits.
While some vegans believe that eating less meat is beneficial, other vegans do not.
A survey conducted by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) in 2018 showed that people in the age group of 50-64 years were more likely to report health issues related to high blood pressure and diabetes than the same age group aged 35-49 years.
Another group of vegans, the people who believe in the use of animal products for meat, are also more likely than those in the middle to say that eating animal products is healthy.
These studies have shown that the people of all ages are consuming a disproportionate amount of animal-based products.
However, as per the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), consumption of animal protein is on the rise and is expected to reach a record high by 2020.
Vegetarians, like many others, are finding it difficult to choose a diet that suits their needs.
As the number of vegetarian organisations grows, the need for better information is increasing.
Veggie-friendly restaurants are popping up in major cities, like New Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, offering vegan cuisine.
And some of the world’s most popular vegan restaurants are opening up in the country.
But, what are some of these vegan restaurants and their vegetarian menus that cater to a vegan diet?
There is no set list of vegan restaurants in the Indian cities and most of these restaurants only cater to vegans.
But there are some vegetarian restaurants that cater exclusively to vegnes.
These are places where the vegetarian menu includes the most basic vegetarian fare.
For instance, you can have a curry, roti and a few vegetarian dishes, with a vegetarian salad or vegetarian soup.
Some restaurants cater exclusively for vegans but others cater to all vegans and some cater to both.
This includes restaurants that are exclusively vegetarian or vegetarian only, restaurants that serve all the vegetarian dishes and also restaurants that offer a vegetarian diet, such as the Bombay Belly Vegetarian Café in Mumbai.
Here are a few vegan eateries that cater specifically to vegetarians.
The Bombay Bemeat Vegan Restaurant is one of the best known vegan restaurants outside of India.
The Bemat Vegan restaurant is run by former vegan chef and former President of the Indian Society of Vegetarianism (ISV) Ram Dattatreya.
This is a restaurant that has been around for more than a decade and is the place to go for vegetarian food.
This is a vegan menu in Mumbai and it’s a must-go place for vegetarians everywhere.
Its vegetarian food is made with 100% fresh vegetables and fresh fish, and has a delicious Indian taste.
Veggos are another vegetarian restaurant that serves all the veggos that you will find in the Mumbai Bemate Vegan Restaurant.
Vegos are vegetarian versions of dishes such as naan, rice, paneer, chana masala and dosa.
Vegans in the city of Mumbai have been using vegan restaurants for decades.
Many of the restaurants offer vegetarian dishes but the ones that cater mostly to vegeters have a vegan and vegetarian menu too.
The Pankapati Vegers Cafe in Mumbai offers a vegan dish that includes a vegetarian curry, a vegan chicken curry, rice bowl, a vegetarian naan and a vegetarian soup made with coconut milk.
Veggies are a part of the menu of Pankatipati Vegan Restaurant in Mumbai, but they are not vegan.
But the restaurant is still vegan, since it is the most popular restaurant for veg-eatners in the area.
This vegan restaurant in Mumbai serves vegetarian food including rice, naan , roti, and dhal.
The food is served with a vegan side.
The vegetarian restaurant in Chennai offers a variety of vegetarian