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Meatless Monday on your Campus

Haley Scott

Meatless monday is a non profit initiative started by the Johns Hopkins’ Bloomberg School of Public Health. It is designed to reduced the amount of meat consumption across the nation without asking people to give up meat completely. By pledging to reduce your meat consumption to 6 days a week, you can improve personal health, decrease your carbon footprint, and join a movement that can change the world.

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  • Tami ONeill

    Hi Jen! There are great recipes available each week on You can also get weekly reminders and the latest health news by follwing @MeatlessMonday on Twitter or visiting

  • Jen Chiou

    I've been having trouble committing to this in the past. Anyone have any tips to stay good on Mondays?

    • Haley Scott

      Plan your meals for Mondays in advance! If you plan to eat an omlette for breakfast, pack a salad for lunch and eat out at a vegetarian restaurant or cook pasta for dinner, you're more likely to stay on track! Also, eating enough protein will help you not crave meat, so make sure you have Greek yogurt or a tofu dish in your plan.

    • Hillary Newman

      It helps to get your roommate, family, friends, co-workers to do this with you!