The meatless revolution: Good for your health, good for the planet

Schlossberg, Brandi
September 2004
Massage Magazine;Sep/Oct2004, Issue 111, p112
Discusses the health and environmental benefits of a meat-less diet. Growth in the U.S. market for vegetarian foods; Steps recommended in planning a vegetarian diet; Health and ecological reasons for switching from a meat to a vegetarian diet; Appropriateness of vegetarian diet to people of all ages; Recommended food for a balanced vegetarian diet.


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