Plant-based diets emphasize fruits, vegetables, and grains, promoting health and environmental sustainability.

Animal-based diets include meat and dairy, rich in protein and essential nutrients but raising concerns.

Plant-based diets are linked to lower risks of heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.

Animal-based diets provide complete proteins but may contribute to cholesterol and saturated fat intake.

Plant-based diets reduce the environmental footprint, requiring less land and water resources.

Animal-based diets often involve ethical concerns regarding animal welfare and sustainable practices.

A balanced approach incorporating both plant and animal sources can offer a diverse, nutritious diet.