A group of 37 scientists from around the world were brought together as part of the EAT-Lancet commission. " Scientists have been trying to figure out how we are going to feed billions more people in the decades to come. Their answer - "the planetary health diet" - does not completely banish meat and dairy. But it requires an enormous shift in what we pile onto our plates and turning to foods that we barely eat." " What changes am I going to have to make? If you eat meat every day then this is the first biggie. For red meat you're looking at a burger a week or a large steak a month and that's your lot. You can still have a couple of portions of fish and the same of chicken a week, but plants are where the rest of your protein will need to come from. The researchers are recommending nuts and a good helping of legumes (that's beans, chickpeas and lentils) every day instead. There's also a major push on all fruit and veg, which should be make up half of every plate of food we eat. Although there's a cull on "starchy vegetables" such as the humble potato or cassava which is widely eaten in Africa." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-46865204 https://eatforum.org/eat-lancet-commission/ I am not giving up my bacon and eggs no matter what.