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This Type of Sandwich Could Be Making You Sick. Is your favorite sandwich really a health risk? Find out which ingredients to avoid and 9 tasty 🌱 alternatives.
This week we’re highlighting the ways your food choices impact the health of your gut. Some foods can help boost your body’s production of beneficial bacteria, while other foods may reduce the diversity of gut bacteria, weakening its overall effectiveness.
This week we’re highlighting the ways your food choices impact the health of your gut. Some foods can help boost your body’s production of beneficial bacteria, while other foods may reduce the diversity of gut bacteria, weakening its overall effectiveness.
Meatless meals aren't harder to make than your average meal. You can make it easier if you have the right ingredients. You can create hundreds of meatless meals with a few unique ingredients.
This week we’re highlighting a list of world-famous dishes (and recipes) that are naturally meatless. If you’re making these meals from scratch, you can still incorporate those beloved plant-based meat alternatives. This Monday, remember that you’ve been eating meatless m...
Kids can be tricky and picky eaters, especially with school cafeteria. To help win over their hearts and bellies, here are some Meatless Monday lunch and snack ideas.
It’s Monday. What’s for dinner? You want to start the week off on a healthy foot but don’t want to have to spend hours sweating away next to a hot stovetop. This week we’re bringing you a delicious recipe roundup that covers a ten-spot of globally-inspired meatless meals.
Gail Torres, senior clinical communications director for the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), helps us better understand why more Americans are developing CKD and how individuals can reduce their risk of developing the disease with Meatless Monday.
You can eat whatever you want! Meatless Monday is a lifestyle that allows you to eat the foods you enjoy. Research shows that consuming less red and processed meat and more plant-based foods can lead to a healthier and more sustainable life.
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