You may have already seen my recent reviews on How To Go Waste Free about how we can reduce the waste we produce at home, and How To Go Plastic Free looking at how we can reduce our plastic use.
T0day we are looking at How To go Meat Free, and look at the many alternatives that are on the market now.
About How To Go Meat Free
How To Go Meat Free looks at how you can make the transition of avoiding meat once or twice a week. To going vegetarian or vegan. This book will give you tips to ensure you maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Amongst other things including creative plant-based recipes
Below we will look at just a few of the pages from the book
#1 Know The Risks Of Eating Met and The Benefits Of Not – Eating meat is starting to fall out of fashion as we become more aware of health risks. This section looks at the benefits from eating a plant-based meat free diet.
#2 Don’t Let Labels Define You – Forget labels and eat for you and your budget, forget about the labels.
#7 Fill Up On Fewer Calories – another benefit of eating fibre is that you get full quicker which means you eat fewer calories
#8 Keep Cholesterol In Check – If you are worried about your cholesterol, eating a meat free diet will help with this. As cholesterol is only found in animal products
#15 Be Mindful About B Vitamins – If choosing a plant-based diet make sure you are getting the right nutrients, Vitamin B12 is not fund in plants, as it is found in meat, eggs, milk and seafood.
#16 Mind Your minerals – As with vitamins there are two minerals that can be lacking in a meat free diet. Which are Zinc and Iodine.
These are just a few snippets from the book. Which is full of 100 tips for making that transition easier and things you need to watch and do.
If you are thinking of making that transition to a meat free diet, I have 5 copies to giveaway. See below on how to enter
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