Impact of a reduced red and processed meat dietary pattern on disease risks and greenhouse gas emissions in the UK: a modelling study

@inproceedings{Aston2012ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of a reduced red and processed meat dietary pattern on disease risks and greenhouse gas emissions in the UK: a modelling study},
  author={Louise M Aston and J. Nicholas B. Smith and John W Powles},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2012}
}
OBJECTIVES Consumption of red and processed meat (RPM) is a leading contributor to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and high intakes of these foods increase the risks of several leading chronic diseases. The aim of this study was to use newly derived estimates of habitual meat intakes in UK adults to assess potential co-benefits to health and the environment from reduced RPM consumption. DESIGN Modelling study using dietary intake data from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey of British… CONTINUE READING
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