What if the vegan diet was not so environmentally friendly

To read on e-rse.net (translation)

“If there were even more ecological alternatives, based on more resilient agricultural models?” In any case, this suggests a series of recent studies.

[…] The idea that the vegan diet would be the most ecological comes from a simple observation: products of animal origin are on average more polluting than products of vegetable origin.

[…] Some studies have even shown that it is possible to produce zero-emission beef through specific permanent grazing systems, with ruminants helping to store carbon in the soil.

[…] a vegan diet consisting mainly of imported products or high ecological impacts such as avocado, rice, cashew nuts, quinoa or millet will certainly be more polluting than an omnivorous diet with a very moderate consumption of meat, eggs and dairy products from environmentally friendly farms. ”

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