A new PCRM study that will be published next month in the American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition indicates that an increase in childhood
obesity reflects increased intake of oils, meat, cheese, and frozen
desserts. According to the food availability data maintained by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture from 1909 to 2007, oil intake increased from
35 pounds to more than 86 pounds per person per year and meat intake
rose from 123 pounds to more than 200 pounds per person per year, among
other negative changes in food consumption. To read the full article
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Contributing to Obesity? Oils, Meat, Cheese, Ice Cream
It’s evident that the transition to a well-balanced plant-based diet
can help us restore our lost health due to our addiction to meat and
dairy-laden diets. By showing compassion and mercy to God’s farmed
animals, we reclaim our health and honor God’s Creation.
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