Breaking down the protein myth

Everyone’s talking about the impact of dairy and meat production on the climate, but is plant-based protein always the most sustainable?

Christopher Wharton
Christopher Wharton Dr, associate professor in nutrition and assistant dean of the college of health solutions, Arizona State University
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Published: Feb. 28. 2020

Not according to a recent protein study in the US. In fact, when scientists looked at carbon footprint, bioavailability and serving size at the same time, whey protein got a top score.

Dr Christopher Wharton talks about how the study and how it could help consumers choose the best proteins for a healthy and sustainable diet.

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