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United Nations’ Group Confirms Meat, Eggs, and Dairy are “Vital Sources of ‘Much-Needed Nutrients'”

United Nations’ Group Confirms Meat, Eggs, and Dairy are “Vital Sources of ‘Much-Needed Nutrients'”

There are many possible reasons for the United Nations’ new respect for real sources of protein.

Perhaps the globalists are beginning to realize the rules they make for the normals today are those that may eventually be imposed on them.

Perhaps elite policymakers are beginning to worry they will eventually be forced to consume lab-grown meat and insects.

But whatever the reason, one United Nations agency has decided to admit the truth: Meat, eggs, and dairy are a vital source of high-quality protein humans need to survive and thrive.

A new report from the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has determined that meat, eggs and milk are vital sources of much-needed nutrients, such as proteins, fats and carbohydrates, that aren’t easily found in plant-based foods.

The comprehensive study, which is based on data from more than 500 scientific papers and 240 policy documents, also stated that these nutrients are critical during key life stages, such as pregnancy and lactation, childhood, adolescence and older age.

“Nutrient needs of humans vary substantially over their life course. While there are a variety of dietary patterns that can meet those needs, foods that are rich in nutrients are a critical part of a healthy diet,” FAO Deputy Director-General Maria Helena Semedo and Chief Economist Máximo Torero Cullen wrote in a foreword to the report. “Terrestrial animal source foods provide energy and many essential nutrients, such as protein, fatty acids and several vitamins and minerals that are less common in other food types.”

The full report is here for those who want to review the findings.

The report also supports a position I have held for a long time: A protein-rich diet helps prevent weight problems.

When consumed as part of an appropriate diet, foods of animal origin can help meet nutrient goals endorsed by the World Health Assembly and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for reducing stunting, wasting among children under five, low birth weight, anemia in women of reproductive age, and obesity and noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in adults.

However, the report also expresses the usual environmental platitudes about livestock…while tossing in an “equity” reference.

If consumed as part of an appropriate diet, animal source foods can help with meeting the nutrition targets endorsed by the World Health Assembly and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to reducing stunting, wasting among children under five years of age, low birthweight, anemia in women of reproductive age, and obesity and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in adults.
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But at the same time, the livestock sector “must contribute to addressing a range of challenges,” write FAO Deputy Director-General Maria Helena Semedo and Chief Economist Máximo Torero Cullen in a foreword to the report.

“These include issues related to the environment (e.g., deforestation, land-use changes, greenhouse-gas emissions, unsustainable water and land use, pollution, food–feed competition), herd management (e.g., low productivity, overgrazing, poor animal welfare), animal health related issues (e.g., diseases, antimicrobial resistance), human-livestock related issues (e.g., zoonotic and food-borne diseases) and social issues (e.g., equity).”

Then again, reviewing this hot take from the United Nations, perhaps the Dutch farmers’ recent election victory is giving the globalists pause in pursuing the war against cows.


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E Howard Hunt | May 15, 2023 at 11:03 am

What’s next? Water is wet.

    I remember a Chris Rock routine. Paraphrase.

    Only in America do they say red meat is bad for you. In Ethiopia, if you can get red meat, eat it.
    It’s the green meat that’ll kill ya.

Phew! Thank heavens the bureaucrats at the UN have validated my diet!

    henrybowman in reply to Paul. | May 16, 2023 at 4:37 pm

    Swampy globalists reluctantly confirm the truth of yet one more right-wing conspiracy theory — one going back to the era of Noah.

Meat, eggs and dairy fill a much-needed gap.


Could have told them that when I had my braised , with onions, country style pork ribs last night. Totally necessary.

In the picture, the T-bone is being seared in a cast iron skillet on a gas stove. Leftie control freaks are clutching their pearls.

Halcyon Daze | May 15, 2023 at 1:52 pm

In other UN news, blind sow finds acorn,

With all the problems in the world today, this is the same U.N. that spent time and money to opine on sex between adults and children

Somebody should tell “nutritionists”. They still think cholesterol in eggs and beef is going to kill you any minute.

    Dathurtz in reply to txvet2. | May 15, 2023 at 6:03 pm

    In my university, the nutritionists had some space in the applied and natural sciences building.

    They didn’t belong.

So why is the other side of the coin trying to ban the same items? Oh yeah, just like the climate death cult they want to kill everyone on the planet. We are up against pure evil and the people who follow the wrong god.

There is NO recent victory in the Netherlands

The idiot farmers supported a political party that sold them out and approved the government stealing their farms

Had they done their due diligence and investigated this party, they would have seen them for the sham they were

NoAgenda podcast , with Adam Curry predicted this outcome, he grew up in the Netherlands and act knew what the hell was going on..

B-12 deficiency, due to my family’s choice to cook vegan put, me in the hospital.

Wow, they actually admitted that eating food is good for you if you want to live.. next they’ll be saying that if you want to live longer you have to breathe air.