Why we’re all eating more grass and fewer plants

A new study suggests people are eating more and eating more vegetables, which may be the answer to climate change.

In a study released this week, scientists from McGill University found people were eating more plants and eating fewer plants.

“Our data suggests that the shift in eating patterns from animal to plant based diets may be a key driver of the observed increase in plant and vegetable consumption in the United States and worldwide,” the researchers said.

The researchers looked at data from a survey of more than 4,000 people conducted between 2008 and 2015.

They were interested in how changes in eating habits were affecting climate change, as well as whether the increase in consumption of plants was a result of people changing their eating habits.

“In the U.S., we’ve been seeing a growing number of people who are increasingly switching to plant-based diets, which is a significant shift,” said lead researcher Dr. Stephanie Gertz.

“So, it may not be surprising to see a shift in people’s eating patterns as well.”

The researchers said they found that people were changing their diet in response to climate conditions such as droughts and flooding, as the soil gets less fertile and nutrients are less available.

“The fact that we were able to find that this was happening in this large scale survey suggests that this is something that we can expect to see in future surveys,” said co-author Dr. Jocelyn Kooi, from McGill’s Department of Environmental Studies.

While the shift from animal food to plant foods may be linked to the growing demand for animal protein, the researchers also found that it could be a positive factor for people’s health.

“People who eat a plant-derived diet tend to have lower levels of stress and they tend to feel more energetic, so this could be linked in part to the fact that plant-dieters tend to be healthier,” said Koois co-senior author Dr. Jana Schreiber.

“We’re seeing a big rise in obesity in people in this country, and we also see a rise in diabetes, which can have a huge impact on people’s mental health, as people are trying to cope with these changes,” she added.

Kooi said the study was a way to help researchers understand the links between eating patterns and climate change because it allows them to get a better idea of how people respond to changing climates.

“It’s kind of like taking a poll and looking at what people are thinking about,” she said.

“They’re very, very conscious of what they’re eating.

If we can get that same kind of data and measure what they think about changes in food choices, we can understand how climate change is impacting people.”

The findings are published in the journal PLOS ONE.

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