Embrace the meat cleanse with an Applegate Cleaner Weiner

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If you are still feeling the Super Bowl food hangover, Applegate is ready with the meat cleanse. Isn’t it time to reset those meat eating habits?

Did you over indulge on Super Bowl Sunday? Applegate is encouraging everyone to embrace the Cleaner Weiner style and take the Applegate Clean Meat Cleanse. No one has to say goodbye to meat, people just could choose different meat-eating habits.

While some people prefer to eat plant-based foods, it isn’t necessarily the right choice for everyone. Sometimes choosing a meat option that is natural, organic gives a person the ability to reset their palates.

The Appelgate Clean Meat Cleanse is part of the Go Applegatarian movement. While there are various “tarian” types of eating, this idea focuses on choosing foods that are “clean, craveable meat for ethical*, environmentally responsible** and delicious.”

This new program is part of the company’s “Go Applegatarian” movement. The brand isn’t saying that people have to completely change their eating habits. Instead, they are encouraging consumers to make informed choices at the store.

Launching this program after the Super Bowl makes sense. Whether people contributed to the billions of chicken wings consumed, ate copious amounts of snacks or just over ate in general, it can be the right time to take a step back and reevaluate.

While radically changing eating habits can work for some people, other people prefer a more modified approach. This methodology can work for them.

According to Applegate, the brand offers some guidance on how to incorporate this meat cleanse into daily eating habits. While the Cleaner Weiner might be a fun name, those little changes can amount to big differences.

Depending on the level, consumers can customize the meat cleanse to work within their lifestyle. From simply swapping out chicken nuggets and snacks to going all in with blended burgers and hot dogs, there is a path for anyone and everyone.

The concept resonates with many food trends. Consumers are more concerned about the ingredients in food, where food comes from and the impact food has on their bodies. The old phrase, we are what we eat is ringing true.

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What do you think of the Applegate Meat Cleanse? Do you think that this concept is the next “tarian” way of eating?