Meatless Mondays

Set up a habit that will carry through the following days

Eat red meat and die younger, says a recent study out of Harvard

Researchers found that with each additional serving of red meat per day, participants were 13 per cent more likely to die during the 28 years of the study.

Skewing your diet in favour of lean proteins and fresh vegetables and fruit will reduce the amount of harmful fats and carcinogens you intake and provide your body with more valuable vitamins and minerals.

TRY THIS: Go meatless at least one day a week. The Meatless Monday initiative says the start of the week is the best time, as you are more likely to set up a habit that will carry through the following days.

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