The New Year often brings with it resolutions to live healthier. For many, this means a conversion to vegetarianism or at least an attempt to. However, according to Nashua Telegraph reporter David Brooks, you do not have to go completely meatless to reap the benefits.
Brooks recommends “wedge-etarianism”, a term he made up to represent going meatless for one day a week at first and gradually moving it up to three or four days a week to reduce meat consumption.
“Despite what you may think, you don’t need to choke down tofu or chomp on weird sprout-like objects to avoid meat,” Brooks wrote. “There are lots of things to cook at home or eat from a restaurant which taste wonderful without including any meat.”
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