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Greenhouse gas emissions associated with sustainable diets in relation to climate change and health

  • C.J. Reynolds (a1), J.I. Macdiarmid (a1), S. Whybrow (a1), G. Horgan (a2) and J. Kyle (a3)...
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1. Masset, G, Soler, L-G, Vieux, F, et al. (2014) Identifying sustainable foods: the relationship between environmental impact, nutritional quality, and prices of foods representative of the French diet. J Acad Nutr Diet. 114 (6), 862–9.
2. Drewnowski, A, Rehm, CD, Martin, A, et al. (2015) Energy and nutrient density of foods in relation to their carbon footprint. Am J Clin Nutr. 101(1), 184–91.
3. Macdiarmid, J, Kyle, J, Horgan, G. et al. (2012) Sustainable diets for the future: can we contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by eating a healthy diet? Am J Clin Nutr. 93(3), 632–9.

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