Any time of the year is ripe for diet improvements, but the beginning of a new year often inspires people to make a fresh start. Perhaps overindulging on holiday cuisine, or running into Santa and taking one look at his waistline, leads them to resolve to change their eating habits.
“Meatless Mondays,” an international initiative which began in 2003, has taken hold in numerous cities, schools, businesses, and organizations, to encourage folks to improve their health and the health of the planet. A meatless day — primarily Friday — has also been followed for thousands of years by many of the world’s religions.
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