Hiya! No meat means vegetarian, essentially, so you'll want to look up information on how to eat vegetarian healthfully. It's not that hard (if you keep in eggs and dairy), but it does need to be more than just fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables, as wonderful as they are, do not have sufficient calories, fat or protein, nor enough of many micronutrients, to make up a complete diet on their own. Generally, vegetarians will eat a lot of grains (bread, rice, pasta, but also other things) and legumes (lentils, beans, etc), in addition to the eggs and dairy, in order to get enough of everything.
I'm not a vegetarian myself, but eat that way often; a typical day for me (leaving out the fruits and vegetables you're eating already) might include cereal for breakfast, an egg salad sandwich for lunch, and a lentil stew served over rice for dinner -- plus perhaps yogurt for one snack and hummus (made from chickpeas, a legume) as part of another.
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