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Chemicals can find their way into our food, personal care products, and other household items, and they can affect our health! Learn how to reduce your risks in this fascinating interview with Dr. Aly Cohen.
Helpful Layperson Articles on Sustainable, Resilient, Regenerative and Just Food Systems that Support Planetary Health.
The below is a work in progress list of helpful articles for anyone interested in learning more about making our food system more sustainable and equitable. This information is geared towards providing the public education around the intersection between the food...
By Mary Purdy, MS, RDN (The original version of this article was published on the Arivale Website) Menopause just around the corner? You’re in good company. Approximately 6,000 women around the age of 51 reach menopause every day in the US, and of those, 85 percent...
Join Mary Purdy as she interviews Andrea Nakayama from the Functional Nutrition Alliance about functional nutrition approaches to autoimmunity and how balancing food, movement, mindset and environment can make a huge difference when it comes to taming inflammation, improving your energy and resolving symptoms.
Curious about how soil quality affects food quality? There’s a strong connection. When the soil is healthy, humans are healthy. Find out how regenerative agtriculture is being utilized to heal our soil and ultimately save humanity. Join Mary Purdy as she interviews Jeff Tkach from the Rodale Institute.
Can diet actually have an impact on thyroid health? The quick answer is yes! Find out ways to support the thyroid with nutrition and lifestyle habits.
Educational Resources for Health Practitioners or Nutrition Professionals on Sustainable Food Systems
Are you seeking to better understand and be an agent of change in the world of sustainable, resilient regenerative food systems? Below is an ever-growing list of resources, websites, and articles as well as opportunities for learning, certification, and continuing...
Ever thought of growing one’s own peas as a political act?
Is organic food better than conventionally grown food? Find out why supporting organic farming might just benefit both you and the planet.