I am so excited to announce I have just become an Australian Ambassador for the Food Revolution Foundation!
The Food Revolution Foundation was launched in 2010 by Jamie Oliver to fight the obesity epidemic, encourage people to get cooking again and make food education at the top of everyone’s agenda. At the heart of this foundation is everyone’s right to healthy food.
I am so proud to be involved in this awesome foundation!
A few weeks ago I googled ‘do we need to eat meat?’ and in 0.27 seconds there were over 16 million results. Clearly there are many opinions. Paleos, ‘High Proteiners’, and their love affair with meat have flourished with the popularity of caveman style diets. It started with high protein Atkins and The Zone followed shortly after. So do we need meat? And is it okay to have more than one serving at dinner?
As a Registered Nutritionist this article is based on current, applicable scientific research.
It is fair to say, not all meat has been created equally. A lean chicken breast or sirloin steak clearly offers a different nutrient profile to high fat sausages covered in more lard. Let’s break it down: