Flexitarian Cookbook
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    [synopsis] => The Flexitarian Diet is a kind of eating habit that is mostly focused on plant-based food with random consumption of meat. This recipe book is meant to be a supplement to the Flexitarian Diet guide in the same series.

This diet is known to be more manageable and flexible compared to those that are fully vegan and vegetarian. If you're looking to include more vegetables into your diet but still wouldn't want to give up on meat, the flexitarian diet may work well for you. This diet is a combination of vegetables and animal products.

However, meats must be consumed in moderation. Since a flexitarian diet allow the consumption of meat and other animal products, those who follow this diet are not considered vegans or vegetarians.

This diet is based on these principles:
• Eat mostly vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes.
• Avoid eating processed food. Instead, go for the natural ones.
• Even if you're allowed to eat animal meat on this diet, it is still best to get your protein source from plants.
• Limit your sugar intake.
• Always be flexible and include meat from time to time.

Due to the Flexitarian diet's flexible nature, this has become one of the most popular choices of people who are looking to get healthier whilst not feeling deprived of food. The goal here is to eat more nutritious plant-based food with less inclusion of meat. Apart from this, there is really no precise amount of calories and macronutrients to be consumed in a day. Treat the Flexitarian diet as a lifestyle rather than a form of diet.

This semi-vegetarian way eating has no specific rules on calorie counting. This is why it has become more appealing to a lot of people. This diet also provides a lot of benefits to the body such as weight loss, and reversing or delaying the harmful symptoms of heart diseases, cancer, diabetes, and a lot of other lifestyle diseases.
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