Eating Your Environment

Most of us don’t eat polar bears. However, their starvation is an ironic canary a the coal mine when it comes to our stewardship, environment, and eating.

Most of us don’t eat polar bears. However, their starvation is an ironic canary a the coal mine when it comes to our stewardship, environment, and eating.

I'm from MT. I am NOT a vegan or vegetarian. However, I eat mostly plants. Globally, if you make more the $32K/yr., you are the 1%. As a 1%er (to those whom much is given), I invite you to be an environemental steward with your daily eats. The global omnivore's dilemma is how we will feed 10 billion in our lifetime...let alone 7 billion people now, sustainably. Innovation will help, however, eating LESS animal food is one of the most environmental and healthy things you can do everyday. Eat food, mostly plants, not too much. First principle in physiological and environmental sustainability and vitality... #PLANTS. #growem #eatem #repeat Read the National Geographic artile which reference the recent Lancet study: https://www.livekindly.co/meat-consumption-dire-consequences-planet-national-geographic/

If you struggle eating enough plants, everyday, and would like to pursue a tried and proven path to that transformation, connect with your HFA or email us at: healthfoodagency@gmail.com