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Friday, December 4, 2015

Good morning,

I admit that I love a good steak every now and then, but it is true that even despite the rising costs, meat production has the worst environmental record.

The good news is that cutting down on your consumption of meat is not only better for the environment, it is better for you! There are volumes of scientific evidence pointing to the health benefits of a heavily vegetarian diet.

I won't be hypocritical and suggest that you become a vegetarian, but if you substitute even some of your meals including meat for vegetarian meals you will not only reduce the demand (and therefore production) of meat, but you will be doing something great for your body.

The eye-opening information in the short video below might help you make some lifestyle choices.

Thanks for reading,

Your Living Green editor

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Fight Climate Change, Eat Less Meat

Meat consumption is the leading cause of climate change. Animal agriculture accounts for roughly half of global emissions, and once again America is in the lead.

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