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Small Changes in Diet Could Help You Live Healthier, More Sustainably

August 19, 2021

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Michigan News, Nardy Baeza Bickel
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A new study looked into almost six thousand foods and ranked them by their nutritional disease burden to humans as well as their impact on the environment. Researchers found that if people substitute ten percent of daily caloric intake from beef and processed meats for fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and some seafood it could greatly decrease a dietary carbon footprint.

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