Tell me some tips on how to eat a girl of 13 years old, height 170, weight 48

I want to always stay in such weight, as the growth stopped. Maybe even a little lose weight. Can you become a vegetarian at that age? Will there be consequences?

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Good afternoon! Veganism at such a wonderful age should be approached very carefully. Even despite the stunted growth, the body still continues to develop fully and must be promptly and fully provided with all major nutrients, as well as vitamins and minerals. Adhering to the principles of vegetarian nutrition is very difficult to obtain calcium and iron, which is especially necessary in childhood for the normal growth of bone tissue and overall physical development. In addition, there is a high risk of lack of essential amino acids, which also adversely affect physical development.