Vegetarianism is a true philosophy whose origin dates back to the mists of time; its development goes through several historical eras. Vegetarian diet has different expressions, which result in diverse nutritional patterns. Over the latest century, such diversity has been evolving in a particular way. Starting from poor diet (sometimes even leading to diseases) up to aware diet behaviour, rich and diverse in nutritional input. The latter approach often goes hand in hand with healthier lifestyle (and increased aerobic activity). Such change in trend has been mirrored by scientific studies which aimed at assessing the clinical impact of vegetarian or vegetarian-like lifestyle. Their findings marked a true watershed, from long-standing negative conclusions to recent encouraging results from most researchers.
What are the reasons leading to undertake a vegetarian diet? They can be various: apart from compliance with religious rites or dogma, most common reasons concern ethics, health, environment and the economy. In the light on all this, we have decided to insert vegetarian diet in our professional expertise. As already said, it does not mean merely excluding meat from our dishes: vegetarianism is a multifaceted world made of many nuances and differences.
We believe that those who decided to become vegetarians did so at the end of an important process of interior development. Therefore we have decided to deepen our knowledge of it and respect it in our work.