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Written by Mary Purdy, MS, RDN Let me guess. You had a recent moment where you spent a chunk of time creating a gorgeous plant based meal for dinner only to have a member of your family scrunch up their nose and mutter "What's that?" My friends, we've all been there! ...
While not everyone always has a choice in what they eat and buy, for those who do, what goes on the menu, plate or shopping cart can make a difference for our environment. This doesn’t require perfection or a complete 180 in dietary habits. But since our...
When you are in the kitchen getting ready to cook a meal, the last thing you may be thinking about is how the cookware you’re using will impact your health and the health of the planet. You may consider which food products are the most sustainable, but if you’re looking to make even more of a “‘green’ difference, consider seeking out more sustainable or environmentally friendly cookware.
Plant-forward eating can be a realistic approach to eating for human and planetary health. Find out why in this short article showcasing the benefits for people and the environment.
Is sugar bad for the environment? How does it impact the soil, water and air? Tune in to find out!
“Are oils good or bad for you?” Tune into this episode with our rockstar guest, Udo Erasmus, well known author of “”Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill”” to find out more!
What are the benefits of hemp? Not only do these little gems offer tons of nutritional benefits, but they help the environment. Tune into find out more about this super seed!
What makes a person healthy? Turns out it’s much more than just diet and lifestyle. Join the conversation to understand how environment, discrimination and colonial capitalism all play a role and what you can do!
What are the medicinal properties of Native Edible Plants?! Our guest, Valerie Segrest, an enrolled member of the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe explains their benefits and offers a beautiful perspective on Indigenous People’s relationships to plants and our environment.