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Research shows that foods that are good for us are also good for the planet

It comes as no surprise that since the dawn of the pandemic, people all over the world began typing “immunity boosting foods” into search engines. In fact, these searches rose by 350 percent. The results? It turns out that some of the food items popping up over and over again are also better for the planet.

According to an analysis of the search results for “immunity boosting foods,” researchers from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia examined 150 web pages from six different regions in the world. Out of the 2,556 food recommendations, 83 percent of them were plant-based.

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