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PETA: “15 Essentials for Your Vegan Kitchen.”
Brown University: “Being a Vegetarian.”
MedlinePlus: “Vegetarian Diet.”
Mayo Clinic: “Vegetarian diet: How to get the best nutrition,” “Beans and other legumes: Cooking tips,” “Belching, gas and bloating: Tips for reducing them.”
The Medical Journal of Australia: “Protein and vegetarian diets.”
University of Massachusetts Medical School: “Nutritional Yeast – Nourishing or No-Go?”
Celiac Disease Foundation: “Green Spirulina Risotto.”
USDA: “Tips for Vegetarians,” “Are Healthy Foods Really More Expensive?
It Depends on How You Measure the Price.”
NIDDK: “Symptoms & Causes of Gas in the Digestive Tract.”
North American Vegetarian Society: “Grocery Hacks: Money-Saving Tips for a Hearty Vegan or Plant-Based Diet.”
Food & Nutrition: “Get to Know Nutritional Yeast.”
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “Vegetarian/Vegan Myths,” “It’s a fruit…it’s a vegetable…it’s a fungus!,” “Frozen Foods: Convenient and Nutritious,” “Vegetarianism: The Basic Facts.”
Red Star: “The Science of Yeast.”
Johns Hopkins Medicine: “Protein Content of Common Foods.”
Medscape: “Vegetarian or 'Flexitarian' Diet Benefits Waistline and Pocket.”
Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition: “Economical Healthy Diets (2012): Including Lean Animal Protein Costs More Than Using Extra Virgin Olive Oil.”
Animal Charity Evaluators: “Length of Adherence to Vegetarianism.”
Faunalytics: “Vegetarianism In The US: A Summary Of Quantitative Research.”
The Bean Institute: “Two Ways to Soak Beans to Reduce Gas.”
Health.gov: “Dietary Guidelines 2015-2020.”
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Vegetarian Diets.”
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