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Let’s meat again...

Nutritional therapist, Eve Kalinik, delivers a mindful, meaty argument to chew over in pursuit of a balanced diet
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Some might find the concept of ‘meat and two veg’ a bit too simplistic when it comes to good nutrition, but this basic formula could be deemed one of the most balanced meals you can eat. In recent years, the wave of entirely plant-based diets and the call for more exotic ‘superfoods’ has seen meat disregarded by many, citing emotional, environmental, political and personal concerns – which are all valid – but, if your caution is purely health-based, don’t shun that sirloin just yet. There are many reasons why meat deserves to be part of a healthy, balanced diet, in moderate amounts and from discerning sources.

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