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If you have been in a supermarket recently you will have noticed it, all of a sudden all of the shelves have become more vegan friendly.

A plate of fruits and nuts

With a New Year upon us and resolutions being made – is it time to take the plunge and say good bye to meat and dairy?

In this episode of the Big Questions podcast we are asking: Should I be a vegan?

To find out we visited Dr Christina Potter who is a health behaviours researcher working on the Livestock, Environment and People (LEAP) project.

 

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