Go vegetarian—for a day
Research shows that vegetarians and vegans tend to have lower BMIs than meat-eaters. But let's face it: Less than 5% of adults consider themselves vegetarians, and 84% of vegetarians and vegans eventually go back to eating meat at least some of the time.
Thing is, a plant-based diet doesn't have to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Having just one meat-free day a week has been shown to reduce risk for chronic preventable conditions including heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, not to mention it may also help you lose weight.
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