Half a plate of vegetables

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EAT Lancet Report

A planetary health plate should consist by volume of approximately half a plate of vegetables and fruits; the other half, by contribution to calories, should consist of primarily whole grains, plant protein sources, unsaturated plant oils, and (optionally) modest amounts of animal sources of protein. From the Eat Lancet report 2019.

One year after its publication, the EAT-Lancet report has shown itself to be more than just another report. For many, it has been a wake-up call on the role of food. They see an unprecedented opportunity to develop food as a common thread between many international, national, and business policy initiatives working for improved human health and environmental sustainability. They see that the science is clear, now it’s time to act.

For the full report visit the Research page.

Eat fresh New Zealand vegetables.

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