How to eat less meat and help fight climate change

Cutting food waste and eating less meat will help fight climate change according to a UN report by 107 scientists from 52 countries for the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Basically, what it boils down to, is that when we eat livestock products like meat and dairy, then we are eating products from animals that only eat plants.

If we humans ate only plant based foods, then we can skip the part of using land for grass for livestock and we would also avoid the greenhouse gasses that come from the animals.

So basically if we all consumed less meat and dairy, and instead of letting ruminant animals eat plants and then eating them, we ate more plant based food directly, then it would significantly help the planet.


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How can the Stepbac®  method help fight climate change

The Stepbac® method is not a vegan or a vegetarian diet, but a method to learn how to eat less in general.

You can still eat meat and dairy products, just less of them, which is what the UN is suggesting.

Stepbac® also works as a method to control your weight and to stay at a natural weight.

So, if you learn eat less ,then you will also eat less meat. You will be healthier and the planet will be healthier. It's a win-win.

Another benefit of the Stepbac® method is that there is less food waste and less storage, transport of food.

The " Stepbac®from Overeating“ book teaches a simple way to change your daily overeating habits and take a “Stepbac®“ to your natural and healthy weight.

“Stepbac® from Overeating“ explains four main things that make you want to eat too much and teaches you one thing, the Stepbac® action, to help you stop overeating.

Try reading Stepbac® from Overeating based on the Stepbac® method.

It's written in plain language with clear explanations and Illustrations

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DISCLAIMER. Individual results may vary

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