Maintaining a good diet is just one part of our overall well-being. With ample documentaries evaluating the meat producing effect on the planet and health suggestions promoting more plant-based diets, combined with an raising number of vegetarian restaurants popping up in Bangkok, reducing our meat consumption has never been easier.
It is not a secret anymore, reducing meat production has a positive impact on climate change as well on our health. Assumed we don’t substitute the meat with vegetarian junk food, such as french fries, chips and sweets and unhealthy cooking options like deep fried food. According to Health Harvard Publishing, people with vegetarian diets are less likely to develop heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
Source: Expat Life Thailand
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