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The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat

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The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat
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Publisher: Compassion in World Farming Trust
ISBN/ASIN: 1900156296
Number of pages: 80

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In the developed world, inappropriate diet is increasingly accepted as a cause of ill-health and morbidity. Meat, meat products and dairy foods make up the greatest percentage of saturated fat intake and there is now general consensus among nutritionists that this contributes significantly to several diseases which have reached epidemic proportions.

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