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Motivations to adopt plant-based diets are of great public health interest. We used evidence mapping to identify methods that capture motivations to follow plant-based diets and summarize demographic trends in dietary motivations. We identified 56 publications that described 90 samples of plant-based diet followers and their dietary motivations. The methodological variation highlights the importance of using a structured questionnaire to investigate dietary motivations in epidemiological studies. Motivations among plant-based diet followers appear distinct, but evidence on the association between age and motivations appears limited. Followers of plant-based diets can adapt their dietary patterns to personal preference, resulting in a spectrum of abstention from animal products that ranges from strict veganism no animal products to semivegetarianism occasional inclusion of meat 2, 3. Diet-related chronic diseases have been a major focus of public health efforts 4. However, progress is still slow because the prevalence of these diseases remains high. In light of the growing burden of chronic illnesses, plant-based diets are a growing area of interest in public health because there is some evidence that they offer a healthier 2, 8, 9 and more sustainable 10—12 alternative to the typical Western diet consumed in the United States 13— In particular, meta-analyses of observational studies found that plant-based diets were associated with reduced risks of ischemic heart disease 16, cancer 16, and type 2 diabetes
View Metrics. All samples that were labeled with readiness term vegan were compiled under 1 category. Sustainability of meat-based and Plant-based The publications collected from the 6 eat 2 searches per database were screened in 2 phases using a priori selection criteria. Beardsworth A, Keil T. Plant-based food options are sprouting growth for retailers. There were strong diet across the stages consumers change with regard to perceived benefits and barriers to plant-based diets. Replacement of meat by meat substitutes. Meat avoidance and body weight concerns: nutritional implications for teenage girls. Australian Bureau of Statistics: Canberra.
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|Recommend look consumers readiness to eat a plant-based diet not||Regarding the link between age and motivation to adopt a plant-based diet, the evidence remains inconclusive due to limited data captured from relatively few studies, small sample sizes, and underrepresentation of certain types of plant-based diet followers. Lentz et al. All five factors had high internal consistency. Conscientious omnivores, vegetarians, and adherence to diet.|