LOL!!!! This is a gas!!!
Objectives: The objectives were to estimate the GHGEs associated with the consumption of self-selected diets in France and to analyze their relation with the nutritional quality of diets.
Results: MAR was positively correlated and MER was negatively correlated with diet-related GHGEs. High-nutritional-quality diets contained more plant-based foods, notably fruit and vegetables, and fewer sweets and salted snacks than did low-quality diets. After adjustment for age, sex, and energy intake, the consumption of sweets and salted snacks was negatively correlated with diet-related GHGEs, whereas the consumption of animal products and of fruit and vegetables was positively associated with them. After adjustment for energy intake, high-nutritional-quality diets had significantly higher GHGEs (+9% and +22% for men and women, respectively) than did low-nutritional-quality diets.
Conclusion: Despite containing large amounts of plant-based foods, self-selected diets of the highest nutritional quality are currently not those with the lowest diet-related GHGEs.
Look at me!!!! I’m an environmentalist!!! Gimme a nice big slab of red meat and some fried potatoes!!! You twiggy rabbit food eating cranks are screwing up our planet with your broccoli and celery !!!
One day, we’ll come to the conclusion that the nutters just worry too much about everything and that they should be ignored entirely. From climate to diet, forget those idjits.
h/t climate depot