Earth Day, National Health Agency advocates an alternative "low-carbon diet" to save the planet
Today (4/22) is Earth Day. Some people use the net beach, some people use the plastic to love the earth. How do you love the earth? The National Health Service proposes an alternative "low-carb diet" to select the fruits and vegetables in the season and on the ground, reduce the carbon footprint of preservation and transportation, and save the planet with carbon reduction.
You may have heard of the ketogenic diet, the Ajin diet, which are extremely low-carbohydrate, high-fat, low-carbohydrate diets. Recently, the National Health Service's Facebook paper shared an alternative "low-carb diet." According to the National Health Service, the "low-carbon diet" is to select the fruits and vegetables in the season and on the ground from the original materials. When the ingredients are not only rich in many vegetable proteins and vitamins, but also reduce the long-distance transportation time, processing and cooking procedures. , thus retaining more freshness and nutrients. Reducing the extra energy and water consumption, reducing the generation of waste, avoiding incineration and burial, increasing greenhouse gas emissions, and reducing carbon emissions are truly "low-carbon" diets.
The commonly known ketogenic diet, Ajin diet, are extremely low-carbohydrate, high-fat, sugar-limiting diets, but because of nutritional imbalances and hidden health risks, dietitians do not respect.
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