Replacing half of the meat eaten worldwide with crickets and mealworms would cut farmland use by a third, substantially reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, researchers say.
Lifestyle Changes in Plain English:
If you don’t drink alcohol, start drinking to reduce your risk of cardiac diseases.
If you drink alcohol heavily, decrease consumption to reduce your risk of cardiac diseases.
Followed over time, vegetarian diets were associated with a substantially lower incidence of diabetes, indicating the potential of these diets to stem the current diabetes epidemic.
The good news: fewer hungry people around the world. The bad news: Increased consumption of processed foods is pushing up global rates of overweight and obesity.
My parents (both in their 80’s) moved in and began a whole food, plant-based diet. The outcome? It’s never too late overcome serious health issues!