Lifestyle Economics

The Eat-Lancet diet report forgets the consequences on real people


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Chris Snowdon comments in the Metro

In the Media

Kristian Niemietz writes for Brexit Central

Kate Andrews writes for The Spectator

Kate Andrews, Associate Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for The Spectator following the publication of the Lancet report yesterday.

It is a desensitised and dehumanising document, which forgets that real people would be subject to the consequences of its policies. From restricting and banning the consumption of vital food groups, to describing ‘wars and natural disasters’ as ‘opportunities from which the food system can be transformed,’ fanatic academics have seemingly lost the plot – not to mention any connection or understanding of their audiences.

Read the full article here.