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World Economic Forum Calls on Humans to ‘Eat Algae’ to ‘Save the Planet’

Humans need to stop eating meat and 'embrace vegan alternatives'

 on 30th May 2022 @ 7.00pm
the wef says the food system is responsible for a third of overall global co2 emissions © press
The WEF says the food system is responsible for a third of overall global CO2 emissions

The World Economic Forum (WEF) gave a grim warning about the future threats to the planet posed by reliance on meat protein in everyday diets.

Their solution? Humans need to stop eating meat and embrace vegan alternatives.

Those alternatives include seaweed, algae, cacti, avocado seeds, and foods deemed “climate beneficial foods,” along with meat-free protein sources that will save the planet from destruction.

If you note the recent news that billionaire Bill Gates wants the world to consume synthetic beef, you would realize there is a pattern emerging.

“I do think all rich countries should move to 100 percent synthetic beef,” Gates said.

“You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time,” he added.

the wef has published a starter list to help consumers change their diet with  new and innovative options © press
The WEF has published a starter list to help consumers change their diet with 'new and innovative options'

The WEF says the food system is responsible for a third of overall global CO2 emissions so there is no time like the present to change a personal diet.

Switching to a primarily plant-based diet could also prevent the loss of thousands of wildlife species, it counsels.

“This food crisis is real, and we must find solutions,” World Trade Organization Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said on a WEF trade panel last Wednesday.

The WEF has published a starter list to help consumers change their diet with “new and innovative options that have started making their way to the global market only recently.”

bill gates wants the world to consume synthetic beef  you would realize there is a pattern emerging © press
Bill Gates wants the world to consume synthetic beef, you would realize there is a pattern emerging.

These include:

Algae: combining their carbon-negative profile with sustainable sourcing, algae have the potential to change the food system for the better while being good for your health, thanks to their essential fatty acids and high vitamin and antioxidants content. Although may not appeal to the most squeamish consumers, algae actually possess a meat-like, umami flavour that makes them an ideal replacement for meat. They can also be dried and minced to obtain healthy salt-like condiments and dressings.

Cacti: many varieties of cacti are edible and contain high amounts of vitamins C and E, carotenoids, fibre and amino acids. Cacti stems have long been part of the Mexican culinary tradition and are now starting to enter the international market through new, delicious concepts.

Uncommon grains: if you don’t feel like revolutionizing your diet with unusual ingredients, you can opt for a more gradual change by diversifying your sources of carbohydrates. Despite the existence of 21 different families of grains, at the moment rice, wheat and maize make up more than 50 percent of global cereal consumption. Opting for diverse grain varieties (like amaranth, fonio, or buckwheat) will not only provide you with more nutritional value, but also help improve soil health and preserve biodiversity.

The WEF has previously said switching en masse to a plant-based diet is essential to protect wildlife habitats and prevent the loss of numerous species currently facing extinction.

Hollywood has also recommended the same message of changing eating habits to save the planet from “certain destruction.”

There is no record of precisely what was served to the 2,500 invited delegates dining at the elite gathering in Davos and whether or not the WEF’s own dietary instructions were followed by participants.

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