Skip meat ‘sometimes’

Dietitian Alana Hosken says Western diets tend to contain more meat than is necessary.

Dietitian Alana Hosken says Western diets tend to contain more meat than is necessary.

IT’S no secret that meat and three veg is a staple on many Aussie ­dinner tables.

But Sunraysia Community Health Services dietitian Alana Hosken said opting for meat-free meals every now and then could be beneficial as part of keeping a balanced diet.

Ms Hosken said while there was significant benefit to adding meat to our diets, modern Western society tended to consume much more meat than was necessary for nutritional wellbeing.

For more of this story, purchase your copy of Friday's Sunraysia Daily 18/05/2018.To subscribe to our Digital Edition Click here

Smartphone
Tablet - Narrow
Tablet - Wide
Desktop