Fewer cows, more vegetables: too many food animals harms people and the planet.(FOOD DAY 2011)(Robert Lawrence on food)(Interview): An article from: Nutrition Action Healthletter

Fewer cows, more vegetables: too many food animals harms people and the planet.(FOOD DAY 2011)(Robert Lawrence on food)(Interview): An article from: Nutrition Action Healthletter

Fewer cows, more vegetables: too many food animals harms people and the planet.(FOOD DAY 2011)(Robert Lawrence on food)(Interview): An article from: Nutrition Action Healthletter

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Title: Fewer cows, more vegetables: too many food animals harms people and the planet.(FOOD DAY 2011)(Robert Lawrence on food)(Interview)
Author: David Schardt
Publication: Nutrition Action Healthletter (Newsletter)
Date: October 1, 2011
Publisher: Center for Science in the Public Interest
Volume: 38 Issue: 8 Page: 6(2)

Article Type: Interview

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