Healthy Food Guide

How to be a flexitarian

What is flexitarianism?

A plant-based way of eating, flexitarianism focuses on getting most of your nutrients from whole plant foods, leaving room for meat and other animal products if you chose to eat them. Since there are no specific rules, it’s more flexible than fully vegetarian or vegan diets.

Why go plant-based?

Research overwhelmingly shows plant-based eating is good for your heart, brain and gut, and is especially beneficial in terms of ageing healthily. In fact, plant-based eaters

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