Go Meatless for Good Health

Going meatless at least once a week can help improve your health. Red and processed meats, which is high in saturated fat, may increase your risk of developing chronic diseases. Try replacing meat with high fiber alternatives such as beans and lentils (among other foods). Visit eatright.org for more information. Going meatless one day a week gives you a chance to … Read More


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