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  • Jelena Woehr

    I don't limit it to a particular day of the week, but I definitely eat less and less meat over time as I experiment with new recipes that I love which simply don't need meat. The idea that food isn't complete without meat is simply silly and an artifact of marketing and post-WWII consumerism, not actually related to human nutritional needs. Meatless Mondays are a great way to get out of your comfort zone if you were raised with meat at every meal, and they don't have to lead to eating no meat at all -- but they may well lead to becoming someone more like me, who thinks of cooking meat as a chore for special occasions and loves to eat vegetarian at most meals :)

  • Tom Maybrier

    Even the smallest step towards a healthier body can change your life. Making a single change on a consistent basis is a great way to get people thinking about what else they can change.