Why a Flexitarian Diet Is the Only One That Matters

Cutting back on animal products even just a little bit can make positive a difference for your health.

 

By Liam Pritchett, LiveKindly

Oct 5, 2021 

 

Plant-based food is more popular than ever, and vegan meat, milk, and cheese have come a long way from bland burgers and powdered soy. Thanks to these new, delicious products, and increased awareness of the flexitarian diet’s environmental and health benefits, the vegan market is booming, with plant-based meat alone predicted to reach $8.3 billion by 2025.

 

Despite the increasing popularity of vegan diets, the growth of the meat-free market overwhelmingly owed to meat-eaters, meat reducers, and flexitarians trying new things and cutting back on animal products. Veganism, vegetarianism, and flexitarianism mean different things to different people, but a desire to eat more plants unites all three—and drives vegan innovation.

 

Here’s everything you need to know about adopting a flexitarian diet and eating more vegan food, including the many benefits.

 

1.    Vegan food is both delicious and nutritious …

 

2.    Eating flexitarian can benefit your bank account …

 

3.    Some people eat eggs, some people eat dairy …

 

4.    Vegetarianism is nothing new …

 

5.    A low FODMAP vegan diet can help with IBS symptoms …

6.    Longevity is one of the benefits of eating a flexitarian diet …

 

7.    Going vegan isn’t a detox, but …

 

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