We’re more than a couple weeks into 2019, so there’s a decent chance your resolution to eat less and better has been largely abandoned. But scientists have now developed a diet that includes a few more incentives to keep you focused. It “promises to save lives, feed 10 billion people and all without causing catastrophic damage to the planet.” You can still eat meat on occasion, but those night of devouring a thousand hamberders are probably over. Introducing The Planetary Health Diet: A bit of meat, a lot of veg – the flexitarian diet to feed 10 billion. (But, hey, if you’re not concerned about the planet’s future, seriously, go ahead and enjoy those Red Vines…)

+ The Guardian: New plant-focused diet would transform planet’s future, say scientists. “North Americans need to eat 84% less red meat but six times more beans and lentils. For Europeans, eating 77% less red meat and 15 times more nuts and seeds meets the guidelines.” (Give me a spoon and a jar of peanut butter, and I’ll save the world.)

+ Need a little more incentive? Saving the planet means saving your coffee. Scientific American: Most Wild Coffee Species Risk Extinction Worldwide.