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4 ways eating less meat can be good for you and the planet

One of the simplest ways to better our own bodies and the planet at large is to reduce our consumption of meat, according to the Planetary Health Diet developed by international scientists. But for many people, this culinary switch is easier said than done. The U.S. Department of Agriculture found that Americans continue to eat significantly more meat than is recommended by dietary guidelines.

Let's be honest: The thought of drastically changing your diet can feel overwhelming when you are used to eating a certain way, whether that's social, cultural or just plain habit. But making even a few small changes to reduce meat intake can be easier than you'd expect, especially when a motivational chef and food scraps connoisseur like Joel Gamoran gets involved. With these tips, even the most dedicated carnivores (you know, the ones who say, "it's not a meal without meat") will soon be savoring their plentiful plant-based plates.

By Erica Chayes Wida

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