Humans are becoming more carnivorous

@article{Hoag2013HumansAB,
  title={Humans are becoming more carnivorous},
  author={Hannah Hoag},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2013}
}
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It is demonstrated that the HTL is a synthetic index to monitor human diets and provides a baseline to compare diets between countries, and significant links between socio-economic and environmental indicators and global dietary trends are found. Expand
Globally, the human trophic level increased by 3% from 1961 to 2009, driven largely by more meat consumption in India and China