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How to maintain your protein intake if you’re fasting from meat for Lent.

By Kimberly Suraj, Registered Dietician, Dragonfly Nutrition

During the Lenten period, many Catholics fast from eating meat.

While all meats such as beef, pork, lamb, chicken, wild meat are avoided, it is important to do it safely and ensure you substitute with another source of protein that is allowed during fasting.

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