Making Small Changes To Your Diet Could Help Save The Environment

Eating a diet heavy in fruits, vegetables, and cereals isn’t just healthy for you — it’s also good for the environment, according to a recent study from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

The study confirms what numerous other studies have suggested — that energy-intensive products like meat, which requires large amounts of water, fertilized feed, and land, are bad for the environment.


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