, 2023-01-21 11:33:09,
January 21, 2023
You may be wanting to go 100% vegan, or simply include more plants in your diet, or improve your personal and environmental health without sacrificing great taste. The plant-based eating trend isn’t happening only in big cities in coastal states; plant-based purchases are increasing in every region of the country and among vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters alike!
More and more Americans are trying plant-based eating or at least a “Meatless Monday” meal every now and then. However, plant-based doesn’t automatically mean vegan. A vegan is someone who does not eat or use animal products, including meat, dairy, eggs, honey, etc. whereas a vegetarian is someone who does not eat meat, but may include dairy, eggs, fish and honey.
Going vegan and eliminating all animal products can be daunting, but with the help of Hy-Vee dietitians and Hy-Vee’s widespread HealthMarket selection, you’ll quickly discover how simple it is to start off your New Year with more plant-based versions of traditional favorites! Consider these three vegan diet tips from Hy-Vee registered dietitian:
- Always check the bold allergens statement. Use the bold allergens statement found at the bottom of the ingredients list as a first-glance check to see whether a food product is vegan. If the food contains any milk or eggs it will be bolded, telling you the product isn’t vegan without you’re having to read the entire ingredients list. However, honey is not…
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