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Empirical Data on the Health Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

Posted in "North Carolina" by helenofmarlowe on September 23, 2016

Resources on the Benefits of a Plant-Based (Vegan) Diet I. American Dietetic Association, “Position of the American Dietetic Association: vegetarian diets” “It is the position of the American Diete…

Source: Empirical Data on the Health Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

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  1. Jim Wheeler said, on September 23, 2016 at 10:22 am

    We are not vegetarians but we recognize the benefits of less meat. For instance, of late, Mollie and I have enjoyed meatless hamburgers about once a week or so. Soy-based, they come frozen and fry up just like hamburger. In fact, she says they are faster to cook and no grease escapes into the air. To us, they taste just as good as the beef.

    We are finding that in later life, dietary control becomes even more important to good health. Because of processed and fast foods, America is eating itself to death. The stuff is addictive and portion size is enormous. When eating out we often bring half of it home.

    Your link is a good one, Helen. I urge other readers to use the “read” view because otherwise the print is pretty small.

    • helenofmarlowe said, on September 23, 2016 at 9:27 pm

      Thanks for your comment Jim. Have you tried black bean burgers? We like the morningstar spicy black bean burgers. True about eating out. We sometimes keep plastic containers in the car so when we go to restaurants we can bring half home w/o the styrofoam packaging.
      I’m glad you pointed out that it’s small type. I was surprised that I see only a few lines before you have to click to another link. WordPress is changing, or else I’m forgetting how to do this 🙂


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