Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Eating Less Meat Could Double the World's Food Supply

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"An infographic illustrated by grocery delivery program Door To Door Organics, found that Americans eat at least 12 ounces of meat per day, almost 50 per cent more than the recommend daily amount. Producing meat not only requires space and resources to raise animals, but a lot of water to grow crops. In fact, a study from 2011 found that eating less meat could double the world's food supply."
 To read the full post on Huffington Post - Canada, follow this LINK - Vegetarian Diet: Scientists Predict The World's Population Will Become Vegetarian By 2050