Millennials and Plant-based Lifestyle

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Millennials are known as disruptors. They evolve faster than any previous generation. They like to break away from the norm and be bold and brave in anything they do.

Apparently, they feel that eating meat, dairy, and eggs is not making much sense to them. Millennials are moving away from the sentiment “meat is good for you, milk is good for you” told by their parents and grandparents.

Millennials may not want to be referred as vegetarians or vegans because occasionally they might be consuming little animal-based food. However, they realised the importance of moving away from meat, dairy and other animal-based foods.

“Check out the stunning numbers recently cited in a New York Times article: 1 percent of Baby Boomers claimed to be vegetarian, which then progressed to 4 percent of Gen X’ers saying no to meat, and onward to an even bigger bump with roughly 12 percent of Millennials saying they are total vegetarians”.  Read more: Nutrition Studies

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