Plant-Based Diets for Reversing Disease and Saving the Planet
“The relative contributions of meat and plants to the native human diet, and human adaptation to these dietary constituents, are a matter of debate among paleoanthropologists. Indisputable, however, is the imprint of both on the anatomy and physiology of Homo sapiens: our species is constitutionally omnivorous. That means we have choices to make …” David L. Katz
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The Amazon Rainforest, an irreplaceable treasure of nature, and of profound importance to the Earth’s climate and biodiversity, is being destroyed at an accelerating rate – largely due to global consumer demand for beef.
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Congratulations to our six Awardees: Allison Aubrey, Sandee LaMotte, Tamar Haspel, Julia Belluz, Jane Brody, and Dr. James Hamblin