Humans love their fat sugar and salt and according to an article by Food In Canada Dot Com. We need to be eating about half our food in fruit in vegetables eliminate the sugar and lower the amount of grains.
“We simply can’t all adopt a healthy diet under the current global agriculture system,” said study co-author Prof. Evan Fraser, holder of the Canada Research Chair in Global Food Security and director of U of G’s Arrell Food Institute. “Results show that the global system currently overproduces grains, fats and sugars, while production of fruits and vegetables and, to a smaller degree, protein is not sufficient to meet the nutritional needs of the current population.”
"The researchers also found that shifting production to match nutritional dietary guidelines would require 50 million fewer hectares of arable land, because fruits and vegetables take less land to grow than grain, sugar and fat."
Barbacued Mushrooms, Eggplant, Cauliflower Spring Greens, Onions, drizzled with Home made Aoli at Omburger's Back Yard Vegetarian Barbecue.