With the world’s population expected to double in the next 20 years, there’s a growing desire for more nutritious options to feed the world.
The latest research suggests that as people become more sedentary and exercise less, it will be more difficult for them to digest and keep a healthy meal.
With that in mind, it’s only a matter of time before we start to see the advent of the future.
It’s time to rethink how we feed the human race, writes the Australian Business Review.
“We can’t afford to just ignore the problem and hope that the food industry will get it.
We have to do something about it,” Ms Williams said.
She’s hopeful that a more organic approach will be the answer to the obesity pandemic.
Ms Williams said there were many ways to feed people, but some of the most effective are low calorie foods that are easily digestible.
There’s no need to get your foot in the door and order an ice cream from a restaurant, she said.
“It’s really simple, but it’s really expensive.
The most expensive frozen meal you’ll get at McDonalds is around $1.50, so we need to change that,” she said, referring to the $1 price of a Big Mac.
That’s why Ms Williams believes the future could see the introduction of frozen food, and a new form of meal replacement.
With a growing demand for healthier options, Ms Williams is hopeful that this will be an easier option for some people to adopt.
In an article for the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Ms Williams highlighted a number of ways that people could make healthier choices in the future, such as eating less processed food, eating less fat, eating more plant-based foods, and using foods that require less water.
“I believe that this is one of the keys to a healthier world and I think that it will happen because we need a shift in the way we think about food,” Ms Robinson said.
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