How long has it been? Perhaps you are still detoxing. Some people have more trouble digesting raw veggies too and they do better with cooked veggies. You could experiment with that.
Then again...perhaps you are a troll.
Oh and in response to earlier comment: while the AHA is not ENDORSING a vegetarian diet, they DO recognize it's benefits: "Many studies have shown that vegetarians seem to have a lower risk of obesity, coronary heart disease (which causes heart attack), high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus and some forms of cancer. "
That's right, the AHA recognizes the benefits.
Oh and also from the AHA "Protein: You don't need to eat foods from animals to have enough protein in your diet. Plant proteins alone can provide enough of the essential and non-essential amino acids, as long as sources of dietary protein are varied and caloric intake is high enough to meet energy needs. "
And on that Amino Acid bit "Whole grains, legumes, vegetables, seeds and nuts all contain both essential and non-essential amino acids. You don't need to consciously combine these foods ("complementary proteins") within a given meal. "
So much for that theory too.
Link below for anyone who wants to read the rest.