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Tips for Eating Meatless Meals to Benefit Your Health
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flexitarian? Is that even a word
Great article. Increasing numbers of peer-reviewed, scientific studies show that drastically reducing meat and dairy intake is the best possible plan for health and longevity. The real proof is in the cultures and peoples that already live that way. Want to be healthy and long-lived? Do what those in the blue zones do!
Thanks for the great article! :)
This article is so one sided.
Meat that is farmed well is much healthier and filled with all the nutrients we need.
Our soils are so depleted and many plants cause people so many problems.
Great article! I just ordered the ebook on bn.com. Can't wait to try some of the recipes! thanks
I started doing this when I was told my cholesterol was too high. I find now that I don't miss meat often, but do really crave a steak every couple of months. Sometimes I give into the craving and sometimes it passes by eating another source of protein like tuna.
I do a lot of meatless meals. It isn't something that I plan. It just happens.
Good read. Excellent need-to-know information, thanks!
Great article, thanks for the tips.
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