Can Vegetarians (And The Health Conscious) Keep Plant-Based Meat Afloat?

Susan S. Johnson

You’ve probably seen and heard about plant-based meat everywhere over the past year: Impossible Burgers on restaurant menus, Morningstar Farms in the frozen aisle, Beyond Meat at the meat counter. In recent weeks, even McDonald’s and Burger King have announced plans to incorporate the meat alternative into their menus.

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While CivicScience has previously looked into plant-based meat purchasing in stores, in this update we expanded data to look at consumer trends in purchasing plant-based meat products as a whole. 

And as the updated data show, 30% of the Gen Pop have tried the

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Ann’s Sister’s Meatloaf Recipe Recipe

The World’s Best 50 Restaurants is a listing produced by UK media company William Reed Enterprise Media , which originally appeared in the British journal Restaurant , based on a ballot of international chefs , restaurateurs , gourmands and restaurant critics Along with the primary rating, the organisation awards a series of particular prizes for people and restaurants, together with the One To Watch award, the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Chefs’ Choice Award, the latter primarily based on votes from the fifty head cooks from the restaurants on the earlier 12 months’s listing. Staving off all sources of carbohydrates … Read More

Added Protein | Do Cyclists Need to Increase Protein Intake?

Endurance athletes know the importance of getting enough protein. It’s one of the most crucial nutrients for building muscle and helping to repair those muscles. And it helps keep you feeling full so you can avoid mindlessly snacking in between meals. (Although there’s nothing wrong with a good mindful snack.)

If you’re eating a varied diet—yes, even if you’re a vegetarian—it’s more than likely you’re getting the protein you need, says New York-based dietitian Natalie Rizzo, M.S., R.D.

While the average person needs about 0.36 grams of protein per pound of body weight—46 grams per day for

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Does This Food Cause Cancer?

The internet is chock full of recommendations of what to add or remove from your diet to stave off cancer. Eat broccoli. Drink green tea. Cut sugar. Don’t overcook your food. But how often do these claims hold water? Are there really superfoods that can prevent cancer or bad foods that can cause or worsen the disease?

Nutrition does play an important role in our overall health, and a poor diet can influence our chances of developing cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, about 1 in 5 cancers in the U.S. and about 1 in 6 cancer deaths can

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