Doling out dietary advice is a dangerous game if you are a member of the Royal family – just ask Marie Antoinette. Yet this week on BBC Radio 4, Prince Charles entered the fray. Asked what advice he would give to future subjects keen to do their bit for the environment , he said: "The business of what we eat, of course, is important. For years, I haven't eaten meat or fish on two days a week. I don't eat dairy products on one day a week. Now, that's one way to do it. If more did that, you would reduce a lot of the pressure on the environment." But is it based in science? Just how much meat and dairy should you really eat when trying to balance your body's needs against the health of the planet? And might that diet be different at, say, 42 than at Charles' 72? READ MORE: Prince Charles says his Aston Martin runs on wine and cheese byproducts Queen Elizabeth seen using cane for first time since 2003 surgery Prince Charles says he understands ‘frustration’ of climate activists, calls for action Here's what we know for sure: the way we currently eat poses… Read full this story
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