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Posted on Friday, October 5th, 2012 at 9:09 am
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Lightlife makes “veggie goodness for you and the planet”.  Their products include vegetarian frozen entrees in four flavors: Amaz’n Asian Sesame Chik’n, Perfecto Penne Primavera with meatless crumbles, Ole Santa Fe Chick’n and Bella Portobella Tuscan Chik’n.   Their Smart Deli line includes Bologna, Pepperoni, Ham, and Turkey, all of which are vegetarian, low in saturated fat, and cholesterol free.  Lifeline makes Smart Dogs that are also vegetarian.  Choose from Smart Dogs, Jumbo Smart Dogs, Chorizo Style, Smoked Style, Italian Style, and Tofu Pups.  They make a line of Grounds for tacos, and Chick’n & More (which are vegetarian chicken-like products).  You can also try their line of Tempeh, vegetarian Burgers, and vegetarian Breakfast sausage.  You cannot buy Lightlife products through their website, so the prices could vary depending on where you get them.  Once in a while, you can get natural foods coupons from the Lightlife website if you join their community.

Foods that are vegetarian do not contain meat.  Many people choose vegetarian food because it is healthy and also because they do not want to eat animals.  There are five Lightlife products that are gluten free: Tofu Pups, Soy Tempeh, Wild Rice Tempeh, Garden Vegetable Tempeh, and Flax Tempeh.  Gluten free foods do not contain wheat or gluten and are safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance or allergy to eat.  Soy protein is good for people who need to be on a diet that is low in saturated fat and cholesterol.  That type of diet can be good for your heart.  Lightlife can confirm that their soybean supplier source only GMO free soybeans.  The headquarters of Lightlife is located in Turners Falls, Massachusetts.  You can see a lovely photo of the Connecticut River that flows through their “backyard” on their website.

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