Flexitarianism

A Review of the Scientific Evidence

Date

Name of Paper

Journal Name

Link to Paper

2022

Co-benefits of a flexitarian diet for air quality and human health in Europe

Ecological Economics

2021

Vitamin B6 Status among Vegetarians: Findings from a Population-Based Survey

Nutrients

2020

Vegetarian, pescatarian and flexitarian diets: sociodemographic determinants and association with cardiovascular risk factors in a Swiss urban population

British Journal of Nutrition

2018

Health and nutritional aspects of sustainable diet strategies and their association with environmental impacts: a global modelling analysis with country-level detail

The Lancet Planetary Health

2018

Global Provisioning of Red Meat for Flexitarian Diets

Frontiers in Nutrition

2017

Flexitarian Diets and Health: A Review of the Evidence-Based Literature

Frontiers in Nutrition

2016

Analysis and valuation of the health and climate change cobenefits of dietary change

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

2014

Flexitarianism: Decarbonising through flexible vegetarianism

Renewable Energy

2014

Flexitarianism: a more moral dietary option

International Journal of Sustainable Society

2014

“Meatless days” or “less but better”? Exploring strategies to adapt Western meat consumption to health and sustainability challenges

Appetite

2013

Flexitarianism (Flexible or Part-Time Vegetarianism): A User-Based Dietary Choice for Improved Wellbeing

International Journal of User-driven Healthcare

2013

Systematic review of reducing population meat consumption to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and obtain health benefits: effectiveness and models assessments

International Journal of Public Health

2013

Nutrient Profiles of Vegetarian and Nonvegetarian Dietary Patterns

Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

2012

Modelling the health impact of environmentally sustainable dietary scenarios in the UK

European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

2012

Impact of a reduced red and processed meat dietary pattern on disease risks and greenhouse gas emissions in the UK: a modelling study

BMJ

2012

Red Meat Consumption and MortalityResults From 2 Prospective Cohort Studies

Arch Intern Med.

2009

Climate benefits of changing diet

Climatic Change

2009

Reducing Meat Consumption Has Multiple Benefits for the World's Health

Arch Intern Med.

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