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‘Science’ declares ‘ideal diet’ too expensive for world’s poorest… unless necessary economic changes are made

‘Science’ declares ‘ideal diet’ too expensive for world’s poorest… unless necessary economic changes are made

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At least one in five people could not afford science’s ‘ideal diet’ designed to feed 10 billion people without hurting the planet, according to a study published on Friday. Comment: When ‘science’ is referred to in the third person, RUN. “Science sez: you must do this, or else you die!” The EAT-Lancet report made headlines when it was unveiled in January because it proposed the first scientific targets for both a healthy diet and a sustainable food system. It recommended people double their intake of nuts, fruit, vegetables and legumes, and eat half as much meat and sugar to prevent millions of early deaths, cut greenhouse gas emissions and preserve land, water and biodiversity. Comment: They recommend a carb-heavy diet, while suggesting to cut down on sugar. Welcome to the paradox that is mainstream nutritional advice provided by modern “science.” The Global Burden of Disease study by the U.S.-based Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation said poor diets killed 11 million…
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