4 Reasons to Eat More Kale

Out-of-control meat consumption leads to disastrous environmental impacts.

By Emily Main


Eat more kale1. You won’t die (at least, not for a while).

One of the most compelling reasons to go vegetarian at least one day a week is you. Meat-heavy diets have been tied to a host of health complications, ranging from blindness to lung disease to stroke. One of the most comprehensive studies to date, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, tracked more than 37,000 adults and found that simply eating one vegetarian meal per day could lower the risk of dying from cancer or heart disease by as much as 20 percent.