2. Going Vegetarian

Vegetarianism isn't new, but it's on the rise among people who just want to eat better. While vegetarianism was formerly a niche dietary preference, it has become a popular way to improve your diet even if you don't have moral or health reasons for restricting what you eat. Most nutritionists recommend adopting a vegetarian diet at least one day per week because it cuts calories, reduces fat intake and even helps you save a little money. Being a full-time vegetarian is a big commitment, but this lifestyle has been shown to improve overall health and energy levels, and it's good for the environment.

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