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In this book, you can learn how global dietary transitions towards diets higher in calories, meat, dairy, eggs, and processed foods will likely decrease human health and environmental sustainability when combined with population growth.
Instead, switching diets away from foods that are associated with poor health and have high environmental impacts and instead towards foods with better health outcomes and lower environmental results would likely improve diet-related human and ecological health.
Finding ways to shift diets in these ways will be difficult but possibly necessary to avoid significant increases in poor health and environmental degradation. Taxes, education initiatives, food labeling, and changes in the food environment have successfully shifted diets to healthier. They might also be effective at moving diets to become more sustainable. Additionally, because the effectiveness of these policies often increases through time, further implementation of these and other policies shortly would likely maximize the chance of a healthier and more sustainable future.
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