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Men, meat and the protein myth

INSPIRING HEALTHIER, GREENER LIFESTYLES
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MEN, MEAT AND THE PROTEIN MYTH

Britons eat 84.2kg of meat per person per year. It's becoming increasingly clear that this level of meat consumption is damaging the planet and our health, so why do we eat so much? There's a common myth that protein needs to come from meat and that men who want to build muscle have to eat a lot of it. In this week's vlog, Sarah is put through her paces by a plant-based personal trainer as they talk fitness and alternative proteins. We also introduce Hubbub's new 'Meat You Match' trial, challenging male gym users to replace half of their animal-based protein with plant-based protein!

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PROTEIN-PACKED VEGGIE COTTAGE PIE

If you want to cut down on meat without sacrificing protein or flavour, try a veggie cottage pie. This recipe was created by nutritionist Meleni Aldridge for our Meat Your Match participants. She's packed it full of plants to help our fitness enthusiasts meet their protein requirements, and at 21g of protein per portion, it'll do just that. This recipe is not just for gym bunnies. Even if you've never lifted a weight in your life it’s worth giving this healthier version of a family favourite a try.

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BEAN THINKING ABOUT A REUSABLE CUP?

Every day 7 million disposable coffee cups are thrown away across the UK. Switching to a reusable cup is an easy way to cut waste. Most coffee shops offer discounts if you BYOC (Bring Your Own Cup) so a regular coffee drinker can save a lot of money. But not all reusable cups are created equal, so here's a guide to finding the right one for you and making a smooth switch.

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CHEWING GUM IS GOOD FOR THE SOLE

Gum is the second most common type of street litter and in the UK councils spend around £50 million a year removing it from our streets. Designer Anna Bullus has come up with a way to recycle the polyisobutylene in gum and use it to create new products. Her company Gumdrop set up gum collection points and turn the gum into useful objects such as combs, reusable cups and these shoes.


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