Digestive health can improve with a vegetarian diet, but the key is a “well-planned vegetarian diet,” emphasizes registered dietitian Sheah L. Rarback, MS, RD, director of nutrition at the Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in Florida. It's possible to eat an unhealthy vegetarian diet that will not aid your digestion or your health.
“If it’s a good vegetarian diet that’s high in a lot of fruits and veggies, it will also be generally nutrient-rich,” Rarback says. It's important to strive for balance and variety in the foods you consume while avoiding foods high in fat or salt.
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