As per the findings, publish in journal The BMJ, diets consisting of plant protein can reduce the risk of deaths from causes like diabetes, heart disease and stoke.
Green-Mediterranean diet is basically a food pattern that replaces the red meat (allowed in the Mediterranean diet) with plant-based protein.
The study has said that replacing red meats with healthier plant proteins may decrease cardiovascular risk factors like favourable changes in lipoproteins and blood lipids.
A recent study has claimed, when it is about building and maintaining muscle with age, animal protein does a better job than its plant-based counterparts.
A new study claims that meat is higher in a component of protein called sulfur amino acids, which may prove to be bad for the heart.
If the food trends of 2016 could be summed up in three words, they would be: protein, paleo and local. What food trends will we be seeing in 2017?
Women having a plant protein-rich diet are said to have lesser complications post menopause.
An alternative to dairy and animal protein, plant protein claim a lower carbon footprint on the environment.
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