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Plant-Based Meats vs. Conventional Meats

Only a small number of the healthiest Australian diets are hitting the mark. The most recent data still shows we simply aren’t eating enough fruit and vegetables.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2017-2018 National Health Survey, a mere 5.4% of Australian adults meet guidelines for the recommended daily serve of fruit and vegetables. This is despite decades of public health promotion campaigns such as Nutrition Australia’s Try For 5, encouraging the consumption of three vegetables and two fruit per day which first launched in 2015. This is made even more clear by the fact that, according to the most

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