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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 11:46 am
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Nate’s knows that maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and following a nutritious diet, is crucial for people and also for the planet.  They have been making all natural vegan and vegetarian foods that are healthy, and convenient since 1999.  Nate’s makes Meatless Meatballs that come in three flavors: Classic, Savory Mushroom, or Zesty Italian.  Their products are made from a protein packed soy, and offer the taste, texture, and versatility of traditional meatballs.  You cannot buy Nate’s products through their website, so the price might vary depending on where you buy them from.

Foods that are vegetarian are made without meat.  Foods that are vegan are made without meat and without any other animal products (such as eggs or dairy products).  Soy is a good source of non-animal based protein.  According to LiveStrong, soy doesn’t contain any cholesterol, and it might lower your cholesterol.  Nate’s is part of the ADF Family of foods.  ADF has its headquarters in Mumbai, India.  Visit the Nate’s website to see images of Nate’s meatless meatballs.

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