Threats From Flux in Nutrition Principles Due to Industrialization
Historically, per-capita meat intake is increasing due to profit-driven international food industries, most of which are based in founding high-volume, high-calorie, inexpensive but low-quality diets.
While there are gains in overall world health due to increased protein availability, these gains are offset by diseases resulting from excess meat consumption by an increasing percentage of people (e.g., cardio-vascular and other visceral dietary diseases). (21)
Cultivating animal feed to increase food industry profits may outpace the cultivation of nutritious flora for human consumption, food security as well as affecting DZ susceptibility.