A planet on a diet
The 30 most important scientists in the world have developed a nutrition concept recently developed, which will help anyone lose weight and eat healthy. Although many diets promise, it emphasizes everyone. A good nutritional plan without destroying our planet for more than 10,000 people with sustainable nutrition and well-being. That's where the diets, as well as our health, are also taking into account the land.
In 2050, about 10 million people live on Earth. Today's diet methods are already overcoming their limits, leaving deep scars on our planet. Food, Planet and Health The EAT Lancet Commission has developed a nutritional vision that can help us eat healthy without destroying our plans. The results of the study were presented in the magazine "The Lancet".
What is Behind Planet Diet?
The Commission has made its first comprehensive scientific study to clarify the healthy composition of a sustainable food diet, which accelerates and accelerates the transformation of this system. Based on these considerations, it is called the Planet Diet.
Diet is just more than food
The Commission says that it meets the latest opinions on healthy nutrition in accordance with the sustainability requirements. "Healthy diet should improve health and, in general, complete physical, mental and social well-being, lack of illness," the researchers write in the summary report.
We eat too much meat, sugar, fat and refined grains
"Healthy eating has an optimal caloric intake and especially a lot of nutrients in the plant," explained nutritionists. Minimum small quantities must come from animal origin. Likewise, saturated fats, refined beans and sugars should be low. Although very processed dishes do not play on the table.
This is a sustainable and healthy diet plan
The next overview shows how the Commission believes in an optimal and sustainable diet. 2500 caloric intake is associated with daily calorie intake, average consumption in middle men. Custom caloric consumption must be adjusted.
- wholemeal: (eg rice or wheat): 232 grams per day; 811 calories are the same
- Starchy vegetables (for example, potatoes): 50 grams per day; 39 calories are the same
- plant- (all varieties): 300 grams per day; 78 calories is average
- fruit (all varieties): 200 grams per day; It corresponds to an average of 126 calories
- dairy products (for example, yogurt or milk): 250 grams per day; It meets 153 calories
- Red meat: 14 grams per day (two chops per month), equivalent to 30 calories
- birds: 29 grams (about one serving per week) are 62 calories
- eggs: 13 grams per day (4 or 5 eggs per day); 19 calories
- fish: 28 grams per day (one two-week per week); 40 calories
- legumes: 75 grams per day; It has an average calorie of 284 calories
- nuts: 50 grams per day; 291 calories correspond to average
- Saturated fats have been added: 40 grams per day, 354 calories
- Saturated fats have been added: 11.8 grams per day, 96 calories
- Sugar added: 31 grams per day, equivalent to 120 calories