I just had an appointment at a GP about something unrelated. It's not a veg friendly GP but was the only person taking last minute bookings
so I feel she was predisposed to tell me my diet was inadequate.
So just curious, since BMI is fairly commonly known to be inaccurate as an indicator of health, what about bodyfat measured on those electric scales? My body fat is 10% but I feel okay. The GP however said this was not okay, even if I was eating well ( which I am! Varied diet of protein, carbs and fats. Heaps of nutbutters, seeds, grains, root veg, soy milk, tofu etc. ) .
Has anybody else had a similar experience or have anything wise to offer about how I don't, as she said , 'have' to start eating meat ? I'm pretty sure I could gain weight even as a veg
but too be honest , I'm already eating alllll the time and rarely hungry.
My skin and hair have never looked better? I can't be too lacking in nutrition!