By and large, flexitarians are seeing through the guise of fake meat and avoiding it because it is simply not healthy. When we say “fake meats,” we’re referring to the major brands that produce burgers that look, feel, and even “bleed” like real meat burgers.
Even though it is not meat, there’s an open secret that these imitation meats contain many fillers and ingredients that are just plain unhealthy and – in our opinion – not tasty. So if you’re a flexitarian, vegan, or just enjoy a plant-based lifestyle, you have better options with NoBull Burgers.
The Benefits of a Flexitarian Diet and Why You Should Avoid Fake Meat
Most flexitarians follow a typical vegetarian diet plan and add animal products as often or as little as they want. If you’re like most flexitarians, you might have tried fake meat and thought, “why didn’t I just eat a real meat burger?”
We’re right there with you– the meat burger is probably healthier for you in some regards. For example, it could have fewer preservatives, calories, salt, fillers, and unstudied ingredients. However, you likely chose imitation meat because you had good intentions– you thought it would be healthy and more sustainable.
You have a better option with our veggieburgers, which are delicious and healthy alternatives to meat burgers. Sure, they don’t taste anything like meat, but it doesn’t need to.
NoBull Burgers are in their own league; they have a unique and satisfying flavor. Plus, we make them from whole ingredients that are free from GMOs and are completely vegan.
They are the best option for flexitarians who want to minimize the amount of meat in their diets with healthy, wholesome, vegan food.
The Flexitarian’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating
Plant-based eating can be intimidating at first, so let’s break it down into a helpful guide. Flexitarians recommend:
- Avoid highly processed foods with untested/unknown ingredients like fake meats.
- Focus on more vegetarian meals, like a NoBull Burger. Eating more vegetarian meals while still allowing meat from time to time increases the nutrient intake and will enable you to satisfy those cravings as and when they hit.
- Try forgoing meat only a few days a week while reducing the amount that you consume when you do it.
- Later, try increasing the number of vegetarian meals you consume weekly, increasing up to 5 days per week if you feel like committing fully.
- Be FLEXIBLE; this diet’s best perk is really up to you!
The Best Veggieburgers for Flexitarians Who Don’t Like Fake Meat
Veggieburgers from NoBull Burger are a great choice if you want a healthy burger alternative. Unlike imitation meat burgers, we make NoBull’s veggieburgers from sustainable plant-based ingredients with natural, whole foods.
We don’t grow anything in a lab or add preservatives, chemicals, and other additives. Our veggieburgers are entirely natural and will help you live a happier and healthier life.
Visit your local grocery store to try one of our five veggieburgers today:
- Original flavor– this OG flavor special will tickle your taste buds with organic lentils, brown rice, spinach, and carrots.
- Savory Mushroom– on top of the delicious white and shitake mushrooms that make up the best of this super hearty, savory meal, we also have roasted garlic, brown rice, lentils, and spinach.
- Sundried Tomato– caramelized onion, sundried tomatoes, spinach, celery seed, lentils, and brown rice all come together to make a delicious, bold dinner staple.
- Spicy Italian– a smattering of spice from red pepper flakes but doesn’t overdo it. It also includes roast vegetables like sweet red and green peppers, plus Roma tomatoes and Italian spices.
- Madras Curry– organic curry and coconut milk taste, with spinach, roasted sweet potatoes, and caramelized onions rounding out the flavor.