Clean Eating

Is It Time to Embrace Lab-Grown Meat?

When we think of following a more sustainable lifestyle, we typically imagine shopping carts brimming with minimally processed, whole foods, chock full of fruits and veggies. To be sure, a steady stream of science urges us that swapping plant proteins for animal ones as well as choosing certified organic, high-welfare meat and dairy can bolster our health and reduce our impact on the planet.

But there’s a revolution brewing that offers a radical new path for eaters hungry for alternative solutions to one of our biggest

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