EAT-Lancet’s Plant-based Planet: 10 Things You Need to Know

An important and influential paper about global nutrition written by Harvard’s Dr. Walter Willett and others was published in The Lancet, a highly respected medical journal. Willett’s well-funded commission was tasked with providing global guidance about healthy, sustainable dietary policy in the decades to come. The prescription? A plant-based diet. The strategy? Taxation, price increases, and restriction of consumer choice.

Georgia Ede has analysed the ten-page section about nutrition and posted a summary of her impressions in this new article;

Perhaps not surprisingly, the authors play fast and loose with the science, so the document is riddled with inconsistencies, cognitive dissonance, and twisted logic.  It is important that everyone understands what lies within and behind this report.

Read her article:

EAT-Lancet’s Plant-based Planet: 10 Things You Need to Know

Read the original Lancet report (PDF) and make up your own mind:

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