Vegetarianism: it's just a phase

New study says most vegetarians and vegans eventually return to eating meat

With meat prices on the rise, vegetarian or vegan options might seem more appealing for the average consumer.

But according to a new study, forgoing meat is a temporary diet change for many shoppers.

The study, released by the Humane Research Council, says only one in five vegetarians and vegans maintain their diet – a full 84% eventually revert back to eating meat or other animal products.

From a cultural standpoint, the study also found more than 60% of former vegetarians and vegans disliked sticking our because of their diet and 58% didn't see it as part of their identity.

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