If your diet is mostly plant-based, but you include meat or fish every now and then, you’re on a flexitarian diet — which is also known as ‘flexible vegetarianism’. A quick search on Google will give you a long list of benefits, ranging from weight loss to reduced risk of disease, and even a smaller carbon footprint. the evidence
Research suggests the flexitarian diet is a great one to follow. A recent review of 25 studies found the diet had a positive effect on body weight and metabolic health, and reduced the risk of type 2 diabetes.