A Nov. 18 “Local View” column headline, “Eating Less Burgers May Severely Remediate Water Scarcity,” identified one of the benefits of plant-based foods. did.
The health benefits of eating plant-based foods are documented in the 2006 book “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell and Thomas M. Campbell II and the 2015 book “The Blue Zones Solution” by Dan Buettner. It is detailed. Another book, The Whole, by T. Colin Campbell and Howard Jacobson, has 289 pages of 2013’s most concise nutrition recommendations. Eat whole plant-based foods with little or no added oil, salt, or refined carbohydrates like sugar or white sugar. Flour, read.
Plant-based foods are not only health-promoting, they are also environmentally friendly, and can fully feed people using fewer resources than animal-based foods. Also, some animal products are obtained through the inhumane treatment of animals.
For those of you who have heard that plant-based protein isn’t enough, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics states that eating a variety of plant-based foods each day will provide you with all the essential amino acids.
Charles E. Stephen
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