US Politician Introduces Resolution Encouraging Californians To Eat Plant-Based Food
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US Politician Introduces Resolution Encouraging Californians To Eat Plant-Based Food


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California Assembly member Ash Kalra (D-San José) has introduced a resolution encouraging Californians to include more healthy plant-based foods in their diet.

The resolution – ACR 279 – says the current world population is 7.6 billion people, and is projected to grow by 1.1 percent a year, with estimates reaching 8.6 billion people in 2030 and 9.8 billion by 2050. It adds: “Increased plant-based food production helps improve the world’s ability to meet future food supply demands.”

It also outlines the benefits of a vegan diet, saying ‘making plant-based foods the emphasis of one’s diet has been proven to have a positive impact on the environment, individual health, and society as a whole, and all Californians are encouraged to include more plant-based foods in their diet.”


The Physicians Committee [PCRM] – a nonprofit with 12,000 doctor members – has praised the move.

Director of Nutrition Education, Susan Levin, M.S., R.D., said: “Kudos to Assemblymember Ash Kalra for encouraging Californians to eat more plant-based meals.

“ACR 279 is just the prescription California needs to protect the health of both humans and the environment.”

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