Plant-based meat not nutritionally equivalent as real beef  CBS 17View Full coverage on Google News
Plant-based meat substitutes taste and chew remarkably similar to real beef, and the 13 items listed on their nutrition labels—vitamins, fats and protein—make them seem essentially equivalent.

Lab analysis finds near-meat and meat are not nutritionally equivalent

‘Plant-based meat substitutes should not be seen as nutritionally interchangeable with real meat’‘Plant-based meat substitutes should not be seen as nutritionally interchangeable with real meat’

Plant-based meat not nutritionally equivalent to real meat, finds study | The Independent

Duke researchers tested the nutritional value of new plant-based meat substitutes against real meat.They used something called "metabolomics."

Fake meat, real meat 'not nutritionally equivalent’: study

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