Every resident of planet Earth should reconsider your diet. Otherwise not to avoid a food crisis. What to eat to prevent it?
In the coming decades the world will face new challenges. The most probable of them is the food crisis against the background of increasing population. By 2050, according to the report of the UN Department of economic and social Affairs, will reach 9.8 billion people. Though it will happen not soon, but hundreds of scientists are trying to solve a dilemma: how to feed so many people healthy food? As The Guardian reports, analytical centre Eat in Norway and the British journal Lancet have teamed up to conduct an in-depth global research. It is held in thirty-five different regions in the world to deal with the dilemma.
The food crisis in the world can be prevented. In the future we need to stabilize population growth; to achieve the objectives set out in the Paris agreement on climate change; preventing changes in land use. Need to reflect on how to translate the world into a new power supply system. A new diet must include foods, which are positively diet which is immune to climate change.
According to the “КазахЗерно.kz” in world unfold the real “war for food”. Millions of people are trying to improve your diet, starting from the data of modern research. It is important for them to not only eat correctly but also with less damage to the family budget. The debate continues about how dangerous red meat health; useful if vegetarianism; what milk is better – cow’s or almond; which fish is better grown on the farm or in the wild and caught in reservoirs?
Experts Eat and Lancet concerned that the global food system collapses. More than 2 billion people suffer from nutrient deficiencies; nearly 1 billion people are hungry; 2.1 billion of the adult population are overweight or obese. Diet, of which there are hundreds, akin to a disease: they increase the risk of developing serious diseases and are often the cause of death. They harm as unprotected sex, alcohol consumption, drug abuse and Smoking. It all makes you wonder.
Experts Eat and Lancet suggest diet. In its preparation has taken into account the human impact on climate and the environment. The more crops, the more rapidly the climate is changing.
New diet is not only healthy, but also make a positive impact on the environment. In based Mediterranean diet, which is still dominant in the world among hundreds of others. It does not copy it completely. It has reduced the share of consumption of eggs, meat, fish and sugar. In the West, will meet her cautious due to the almost complete exclusion from the diet of dairy products. A list of foods in the diet variable. It can be tailored to the taste preferences of all people on the planet. For example, they eat cassava, and other meat; one accustomed to products based on palm oil, and other soy-based; some are omnivorous, others are vegetarians or vegans.
Below is a sample menu for 7 days for the British. They should really try to eat 7 (0-14) grams of red meat. To prepare the steak for this amount of meat is problematic. If there is no time for culinary experiments you can eat it once a month. You can’t eat more than two chicken Breasts and two eggs for two weeks and two cans of tuna or half salmon for the week. The proportion of fatty dairy products (yogurt, milk, butter and cheese) – not more than 250 grams a week. It is very small, when you consider that the average tea pour 30 g of milk.
Initially daily caloric diet 2,500 calories. This is enough to compensate for the loss energy per day in men weighing 70 kg and a woman weighing 60 kg with moderate or high levels of physical activity. British nutrition Foundation insists on the revision of the daily caloric diets for women to 2000 kcal.
A remarkable feature of the new diet from Eat and Lancet is that it will not create a dent in the budget. It includes products with affordable price and has a huge impact on the world, contributing to the prevention of food crisis.
Menu for 7 days
Breakfast: porridge, boiled in water with 1 tbsp of honey/maple syrup, nuts and dried fruit; any fruit; a Cup of tea or coffee with milk
Lunch: salad prepared with fennel, avocado, spinach, broccoli, feta cheese, mustard dressing from vegetable oil; slice of sourdough bread; yogurt with handful of berries
Dinner: fried red cabbage with red lentils and rice
Snack: rice cakes gluten free and peanut butter
Breakfast: 2 eggs, 2 toast, cooked in Bain-Marie from not sifted flour; a Cup of tea or coffee with milk
Lunch: barley salad (or a salad, cooked with other whole grain foods) with the addition of smoked mackerel, radish, celery, chickpeas, greens, seeds, sunflower/pumpkin/Chia with a dressing of vegetable oil and lemon juice; of any single fruit
Dinner: sweet potato, baked in the oven with Tuscan Kale, avocado, black beans, grated cheese, sour cream and salsa
Afternoon snack: a handful of roasted chickpeas
Breakfast: 2 toast, prepared with wholemeal flour with a banana and honey; one Cup of tea or coffee with milk
Lunch: spicy miso soup with noodles, tofu, radish, Collard greens and poached egg; yogurt
Dinner: steamed vegetables (cabbage, broccoli and carrots) with yogurt and olive oil and fresh herbs, root vegetables and beans mashed potatoes
Dinner: sauce of beans “of Cannellini” and red pepper
Breakfast: milkshake (banana + spinach + walnuts) with 1 tbsp nut butter and 1 tablespoon spoon of maple syrup
Lunch: lentil soup, potato, leek, onion and ham with two slices of wholemeal bread; one piece of fruit
Dinner: tomato gratin with zucchini, Tuscan Kale, breadcrumbs and almonds; green salad and polenta (corn porridge)
Snack: pita bread and 30 g fat cream cheese
Breakfast: bran with nuts and a small portion of dried fruit; one Cup of tea or coffee with milk
Lunch: sandwich with cheese, hummus, lettuce and tomato; three oatcakes with honey
Dinner: caviar squash with carrots, cauliflower, coconut milk and rice
Snack: spicy fried chickpeas
Breakfast: soaked with the evening cereal with fresh fruit, seeds and nut milk; one Cup of tea or coffee with milk
Lunch: salad with tuna, cucumber, avocado, fresh soy beans, handful of cashews and a dressing of oil and lemon juice; one piece of fruit
Dinner: vegetarian lasagne with butter beans
Afternoon tea: honey-almond popcorn
Breakfast: porridge with honey/maple syrup and nuts; one serving of fruit; tea or coffee with milk
Lunch: one grilled chicken leg with roasted potatoes, beans, peas, carrots and sprouts; Greek yogurt with berries and honey-maple syrup
Dinner: spaghetti with braised Kale, tomatoes, lemon and Parmesan cheese
Appetizer: guacamole with crackers