Plant-based patties are the answer if you are craving a guilty pleasure. Burgers are a cuisine that is scrutinized when campaigning for more excellent human health because they are not generally advertised as being “good for you.” And, let’s face it, who could say no to such delectable juiciness nestled between golden buns? Well… Perhaps it isn’t necessary to choose between the two.
REASONS WHY Plant-based patties OUTPERFORM MEAT BURGERS
Flavors that are both versatile and delicious!
Have you ever tried plant-based patties? It may be claimed that the added seasoning, which, surprise, surprise, originates from plants, is why people appreciate the taste of meat.
Vegan burgers, of course, are made entirely of plants and thus have all of the flavors you’d expect from a beef burger.
It’s Better to Eat a Plant-Based Diet!
Hormones, carcinogens, pus (ew!? see dairy), saturated and trans fat are absent from plant-based foods. Instead, they’re packed with fiber, minerals, and protein – YES, PROTEIN!
A plant-based burger can nourish your body in ways that a meat patty could never.
Meat can linger a little longer in your colon than it should, eventually passing (with maximum effort), resulting in poor digestion and minimal bowel movements.
Save the planet!
Plant-based diets are better for the environment! Farming, agriculture, and animal products are all harmful to the environment; in fact, animals and their byproducts emit at least 32,000 million tons of CO2 per year (which accounts for 51% of all global greenhouse gases gas emissions!)
Plant-based patties, such as the Impossible Burger, require 75 percent less water, 95 percent less land, and emit 87 percent fewer greenhouse gases than meat-based burgers!
You Can Eat Without Using Cruelty!
No one enjoys having a guilty conscience! You may truly enjoy that mighty gratifying and mighty tasty burger without worrying about how many animals’ lives were cut short for your dinner if you choose plant-based.
It’s great to sleep with a clear conscience, although hamburgers could seem a little less delectable after learning about the hidden truths of beef production…!
What kind of cancer is it?
PBBs do not raise your risk of acquiring cancer! Processed beef is classified as a group 1 carcinogen, promoting cancer cell proliferation and increasing the risk of colon cancer by 18%! Furthermore, red meat is classified as a group 2A carcinogen, which is concerning given that cancer is responsible for one out of every four fatalities in the United States.
Furthermore, according to a comprehensive study conducted in England and Germany, vegetarians are around 40% less likely than omnivores to develop cancer.
The protein of Higher Quality!
You’re already getting enough protein if you’re eating enough calories to suit your body’s demands.
Obesity is on the rise, yet studies reveal that most of us are already getting enough protein since we consume far too many calories! (Have you ever met someone who suffers from protein deficiency?)
It’s not about how much protein you eat; it’s about how good it is, and a vegan/plant-based diet consumes more high-quality protein than an omnivore diet!
In fact, studies have linked it to osteoporosis and kidney failure, so overeating it might be harmful to your health.
That’s a killer body!
Compared to a beef burger, plant-based Patties have a reduced calorie content per gram since they are free of saturated and trans fat.
People who eat a plant-based diet have lower body fat levels, lower cholesterol levels, and are more likely to maintain a healthy weight without even trying!
If you choose a plant-based burger, you won’t have to worry about acquiring a severe case of E.coli anytime soon!
E.coli is a bacteria found in animal products such as milk and meat that causes stomach cramps, dehydration, and renal failure when consumed.
The ‘cheaper’ meat and lower cut quality mean a more significant volume of ground-up animals in your hamburger; one single patty can contain up to 100 different cows, and the more animals in the patty, the higher the risk of food poisoning or E.coli infection.
Slime that is pink!
Pink slime isn’t found in plant-based burgers! This is an ingredient found in most processed meats and ground beef (it’s found in 70% of supermarket ground beef!).
It’s prepared from fatty animal scraps that have been heated, spun to remove fat, and then treated with ammonia gas to kill bacteria (though pathogens can still sneak in…) before being added to ground beef and other meats.
Thankfully, there’s nothing nearly analogous in plant-based burgers, but if you’re looking for a little extra ‘pink,’ consider adding beet juice for color, flavor, and a slew of health benefits!
Plant-based foods, especially those labeled as “quality,” “lean,” “organic,” “grass-fed,” or “free-range,” are significantly less expensive than meat.
Plant-based foods are the most cost-effective foods available! When the most affordable pieces of meat are compared to the same amount of dried beans, lentils, pulses, or tofu, meat costs nearly twice as much!
Veganism can be as cost-effective and budget-friendly as you make it, allowing you to save money while also helping animals, the environment, and your own body!