18 Jan, 2019

If you want to remain healthy and also keep Earth healthy, begin the change on your dining table.

The Wire

17 Jan, 2019

The new diet could avert around 11 million premature deaths a year.

The Hindu

17 Jan, 2019

New study recommends more fruits and veggies, less red meat for a healthy, planet-friendly diet

Down To Earth

17 Jan, 2019

The new daily dietary pattern of a planetary health diet consists of approximately 35 per cent of calories as whole grains and tubers but also includes approximately 14 grams of red meat per day and 500 grams per day of vegetables and fruits.

The Indian Express

17 Jan, 2019

If you want to remain healthy and also keep the planet earth healthy, begin the change on your dining table.

India Science Wire

17 Jan, 2019

The aim of the study, conducted by NGO EAT and Lancet, the respected medical journal, was to understand how to provide a growing population of 10 billion (by 2050) a nutritious and sustainable diet.

Hindustan Times

9 Jan, 2019

India has to be better prepared to take on the twin challenge of malnutrition and obesity.

The Print

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