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A new vegetarian Eatwell guide

Sustain member, the Vegetarian Society, have created their own vegetarian Eatwell guide as an alternative to the government’s meat based plate.

The Vegetarian Eatwell Guide. Photo credit: The Vegetarian Society

The Vegetarian Eatwell Guide. Photo credit: The Vegetarian Society

The government’s Eatwell Guide is a pictorial summary of a healthy balanced diet. However, it is aimed at meat eaters. So the Vegetarian Society has adapted the guide for vegetarians.

It replaces the government’s recommendation of lean meat and fish with vegetarian proteins: veggie mince, mixed seeds, tofu and meat free pieces. The Eatwell guide applies to anyone over the age of two.

Published 11 Oct 2018

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