Chris Snowdon writes for Spectator Health
The EAT-Lancet Commission makes no secret of its intention to force a near-vegan diet on the world’s population through the use of taxes, bans and regulation.
Its new dietary guidelines, supposedly designed to optimise health and sustainability, are radical to say the least. Under their plan, you would be limited to just seven grams of pork a day – about a tenth of a sausage. The beef allocation is the same. Your chicken ration is somewhat more generous at 29 grams, but it still only amounts to one and a half nuggets. You can have fish, but only a quarter of a fillet a day, and you would be limited to 50 grams of potatoes, the equivalent of a quarter of a baked spud. Egg consumption is capped at one and half per week, so half a dozen should last you a month.
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