Making Meatless Healthy

Making Meatless Healthy
A healthy diet depends more upon what you DO eat than on what you DON’T eat. A variety of whole grains, vegetables and fruits hould be the base of your diet.
So you’ve decided to re­duce the meat in your diet. You’re not alone. A 1997 survey by the Vegetarian Resource Group estimates that five percent of Americans have stopped eating red meat. Another two ­percent...

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