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

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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Eat well to ensure mental health

Susan S. Johnson



The various enzymes and neurotransmitters that regulate mood and mental state comprise multiple nutrients provided through a good diet.


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The various enzymes and neurotransmitters that regulate mood and mental state comprise multiple nutrients provided through a good diet.

By Dr. P. K. Manglik,

Humans use a considerable percentage of their energy to keep the brain working. But just like our bodies, our brain, and by extension, our mental health, needs much more than just energy to fulfil its daily needs.

This link between what we consume and how we feel has been explored in several studies. Broadly, a healthy diet provides for the brain’s need for complex nutrients. The various enzymes and neurotransmitters

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Can a Low-Carb Diet Help Your Heart Health?

Susan S. Johnson

Instead, the researchers designed what they considered practical and relatively healthy diets for each group. All of the participants ate meals like vegetable omelets, chicken burritos with black beans, seasoned London broil, vegetarian chili, cauliflower soup, toasted lentil salads and grilled salmon. But the high-carb group also ate foods like whole wheat bread, brown rice, multigrain English muffins, strawberry jam, pasta, skim milk and vanilla yogurt. The low-carb group skipped the bread, rice and fruit spreads and sugary yogurts. Instead, their meals contained more high-fat ingredients such as whole milk, cream, butter, guacamole, olive oil, almonds, peanuts, pecans and macadamia

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Eating Too Much of This Food Can Cause Health Problems in Men, Says Science

Susan S. Johnson

A diet rich in plant-based foods can help everyone stay healthy, but eating more fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains is especially important for men. (Information and studies referenced in this article originally written for Meatless Monday refer to cisgender males.)

Statistics show that men are more likely than women to smoke and drink alcohol, make unhealthy or risky choices, and put off regular checkups and doctor’s visits. There are also health conditions that only affect men, such as prostate cancer and low testosterone, and overall, men suffer from heart disease, colon cancer, and lower respiratory disease more

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