Today is Meat-free Friday: Enjoy eating vegetarian foods all day

Today is Meat-free Friday! Enjoy eating vegetarian foods all day.

A vegetarian lifestyle has great health benefits. Research shows consuming a plant-based vegetarian diet can reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, hypertension, Type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer.

I am a flexitarian who consumes meat 25-50% of the time. My Meatless Days are usually Meatless Monday, Without Meat Wednesday and Meat-free Friday. Becoming a flexitarian has improved my overall health.

When I eat meat it is usually fish, salmon, chicken or turkey and I very seldom consume red meat.

Learn about a vegetarian and flexitarian lifestyle.

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