The flexitarian diet is a style of eating that encourages mostly plant-based foods but also allows small portions of meat.
The only thumb rule of the diet is to avoid as much of processed and red meat as possible.
Flexitarian, a term created by the American dietician and media personality, Dawn Jackson Blatner, is a portmanteau of the terms, flexible and vegetarian.
From black bean burgers on restaurant menus to eight varieties of hummus at the supermarket, the meatless movement shows no signs of slowing down.
Mediterranean diet is loaded with fruits, vegetables and legumes and has been credited for a plethora of health benefits. Read on.