The Power of Plant-Based Proteins

Choosing plants as a protein source more often will help increase intake of these health-promoting foods.

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Eating more plant foods is associated with longevity and reduced risk for most chronic diseases, including heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Plant foods (such as whole grains, beans, fruits,

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