Introducing the “planetary health diet”: What is it really?

by | Sep 21, 2022 | Commentaries

The EAT Forum, a “science-based global platform for food system transformation”, has developed a new “planetary health diet“, which they claim will benefit people and planet.

The EAT Forum was cofounded by the Wellcome Trust, one of the biggest funders of pharmaceutical medicine in the world!

At first glance, the diet seems reasonable, calling for greater consumption of fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts – all healthy and nutritious options!

However, once one looks deeper, some disturbing (and familiar) themes are revealed, for the diet also entails

cutting meat and dairy intake by up to 90% and replacing it with foods made in laboratories, along with cereals and oils, most of which are now genetically engineered.

The EAT Forum is simply another player in the attempt to usurp control of the global food supply – handing control to private corporations, eliminating choice, and promoting synthetic food – all in the name of “sustainability”.

Fruits ✅ vegetables ✅ legumes ✅ nuts ✅ seeds ✅

lab-grown meat ❌ genetically engineered food ❌

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