A Weekly Planetary Health Menu
Day 1: Veggie Pizza To Kick Off The Week
Thought pizza should only be a weekend treat? Think again!
Day 2: Baked Cod with Creamy Pesto
This delicious dish is perfect for family gatherings!
Day 3: Easy Chicken Ramen Soup
It will only take you 30 minutes to make this flavorful broth with chicken and noodles.
Day 4: Creamy & Wholesome “Risotto”
A cheap and comforting barley-otto with roasted root veggies for winter evenings.
Day 5: Veggie Taco with a Twist
This plantbased veggie tacos with tomato salsa and guac is the perfect start to the weekend!
Day 6: Simple Falafel Wrap with Hummus
Colorful, healthy and delicious falafels! What more can you ask for?
Day 7: Cauliflower Chili Con Carne
This tasty chilli and cauliflower recipe is healthy and filling, perfect for the whole family!
Weekly Shopping List
Ready for a whole week of delicious planetary health dinners? Here is the shopping list.
The Planetary Health Challenge
Are you ready for the #planetaryhealthchallenge? Join us as we try out the most delicious recipes to benefit both people and planet.
What is the planetary health diet?
The planetary health diet is a global reference diet for adults that is symbolically represented by half a plate of fruits, vegetables and nuts. The other half consists of primarily whole grains, plant proteins (beans, lentils, pulses), unsaturated plant oils, modest amounts of meat and dairy, and some added sugars and starchy vegetables.
The diet is quite flexible and allows for adaptation to dietary needs, personal preferences and cultural traditions. Vegetarian and vegan diets are two healthy options within the planet health diet but are personal choices.
E0: The Big Picture
EAT's founder & executive chair Dr. Gunhild Stordalen reflects on the groundbreaking journey that lead to the launch of EAT-Lancet Commission.
E1: The Planetary Health Diet
Prof. Walter Willett and Prof. Johan Rockström take you through the key findings of the EAT-Lancet report.
E2: Why Choose Plants
Chefs and culinary entrepreneurs Claus Meyer and Alice Zaslavsky give their best advise on how to make plants the new stars in the kitchen.