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Experts say the world does not need a new diet




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A hamburger a week, but no more – it's about as much red meat as people have to eat to do what is best for their health and the planet, according to a report seeking to revise the world's diet. Eggs should be limited to less than about four a week, the report says. Dairy products should be about a serving a day or less. The report from a panel of nutrition, agricultural and environmental experts recommends a plant-based diet based on previously published studies that have linked red meat to increased risk of health problems, reports the AP. It also comes in the midst of recent studies of how eating habits affect the environment. The production of red meat takes up soil and feed for breeding cattle, which also emits greenhouse gas.

The report was organized by EAT, a Swedish nonprofit, seeking to improve the food system and published by medical journal Lancet. The expert panel, who wrote it, says there is a need for a "Great Food Transformation" in 2050. Overall, the diet encourages whole grains, beans, fruits and most vegetables, and says to limit added sugars, refined grains as white rice, and starches such as potatoes and cassava. It says that average red meat consumption should be cut by half globally, although reductions should be more dramatic in richer countries like the United States. Co-author Walter Willett, a nutritionist at Harvard University, suggests that people begin to think of red meat as a lobster, "something I really like, but have a few times a year." (An area famous for its healthy diet now has a serious problem with obesity.)

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