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June 2008 Issue

15 Food Facts That Could Inspire You To Eat More Like a Vegetarian

Vegetarian diets are often cited as a more healthful way of eating. Research presented at the recent 5th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition at Loma Linda University in California seems to bear this out. Trouble is, not everyone wants to give up steak and burgers, or even chicken cutlets and sushi. Even fewer are willing to go the vegan route and forgo omelets, cereal with milk and honey on toast as well. But you can still benefit from a vegetarian way of eating without going whole hog, so to speak.

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