Removing Meat from Your Diet

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Summary

Meat consumption is a slippery slope. In moderation, it's good, but what is too much? Learn about its ill health effects and how to tame this indulgence.Going mostly plant-based has its health benefits: Reduces heart disease risk Tames inflammation in your body Lowers diabetes risk Helps to maintain a healthy weight Lessens cancer risk Bonus Benefit! Protects the Environment

Introduction

Are you a meat-eater? 

You’re not alone. In fact, estimates show that nearly 95% of Americans eat meat. Only 5 to 10 percent of the American population follows a plant-based diet. Some of us jump on the plant-based wagon for a few weeks and then fall back off into the Standard American Diet; chock-full of meat. 

Over the next 21 days, you will slowly eliminate meat from your diet. Each day, we will ask you pointed questions to help you understand the complex emotional and physical relationship between you and meat consumption. Trust us, it's more complicated than you think! 

We will also educate you with scientific information about the negative health and social consequences of consuming meat. With your full commitment to our group challenge, you'll stay meat-free each day while you answer thought-provoking questions about your desire to consume meat. 

Are you ready to go plant-based?  At least for a little while? 

Well, com’on, let’s get started!

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