Is Flexitarianism the Diet of the Future?

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Flexitarianism the diet of the future….. Flexitarianism is credited with the significant increase in demand for plant-based foods, and research from YouGov suggests this is accurate. In their latest white paper YouGov look at whether flexitarianism could soon be the norm, with most consumers opting for a mainly plant-based diet supplemented by small amounts of meat consumption. According to their research, 14% of respondents consider themselves to be flexitarian. It used to be common thought that these flexitarians were merely experimenting with a change in diet that would eventually see them commit to vegetarianism or veganism. However, that seems not to be the case. YouGov discovered that the majority of those that identify as flexitarian are happy with their choice, consider themselves to be fairly healthy, and more importantly less than half think that giving up meat completely is the more nutritious option. . . . . #devonfood #britishfood#ukvegan #ukfoodie#angelinvestors#seafoodsalad#seaweedsalad#londonvegans#londonfoodies#ukfood#veganuk#ukvegans#cleaneatinguk#veganuary2018#veganshop#ebbtidesseaweeds#veganlondon#boroughmarket#30minmeals#vegansoflondo#devonvegans#londonfoodblogger#devonfoodmovement#brightonvegan#vsco#atthetable#vgneration#eastdevon#flexaterianfood

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