The flexitarian diet: The Sometimes Vegetarian Diet
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For me personally, food is the most primal form of pleasure. I am a self-diagnosed foodie and have a strong love of food.
This simple fact is the one thing that most diets, dieticians and nutritionists overlook. It is very beneficial to count calories and to control portions but sometimes reducing food to a simple formula takes the pleasure out of it.
This is where The Flexitarian Diet comes in. You can already hear part of the word “flexible” in it!
Originally called Semi-Vegetarian, The Flexitarian diet, is a very customizable diet. There are no strict meal plans that need to be followed, but of course we have provided you with some to help you out. Nor is there a tiny list of things that you can eat. Instead, it only tells you the general outlook you should take.
What is “New Meat?” And what kind of meats should you be eating?
What to eat and what not to eat is entirely up to you, but there are some details you need to know. There are so many plant based foods-all kinds of nuts, vegetables, fruits and even oils. You are free to eat them in any combination you want. You can tweak your dishes according to your lifestyle and preferences.
It is exceedingly simple.
Now that we have a general idea about the flexitarian diet, let’s dig right in and find out more about this ingenious concept.