Want to Help Stop Greenhouse Gas Emissions? Rethink What’s on Your Plate

A new report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition talks about how your diet affects the carbon footprint on the Earth, with the conclusion that climate-friendly diets are also healthier — with a few caveats. Specifically, the study says diets that are high in saturated fats, such as red meat and dairy, contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. On the other hand, poultry, plant-based proteins and whole grains produce a low footprint. The only problem is the so-called...

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