Flexitarians are also known as flexible vegetarians, casual vegetarians or vegivores. Research shows that eating less meat and more fiber can reduce the risk of mortality, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and certain kinds of cancer like colon cancer. Take one step at a time and reduce the intake of meat or seafood to 1 time a day and stick with vegetarian dishes for the remaining meals.
A detailed breakdown of macronutrients can be found below:
Low glycemic index
The proportions in carbs and fats are flexible with the protein kept constant as much as possible.
*For all 2-meal programs, you will receive a truncated calorie intake relative to your calorie choice to account for your breakfast/dinner. We will provide daily suggestions for your breakfast/dinner in order for you to reach your total calorie and macronutrient goal.
Embrace a greener lifestyle and start Flexitarian with Eatology today
Eating meat doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing choice. Our Flexitarian diet is the perfect alternative to follow strict vegetarianism or veganism. Despite focusing on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and nuts, you can occasionally consume meat.
Flexitarianism is also typical of sustainable diet, reconciling health with respect for the environment. Eatology is committed to long-term environmental sustainability, so we use all-natural protein that has not been contaminated with hormones or steroids.