An article in The Guardian got me thinking about how we might translate idealistic goals about what to eat to reduce climate change into breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So in this episode, I get into different ways we can do our part to cut down on greenhouse gases and reduce water usage. Could this be as simple as eating more from column A and less from column B?
The British have started an organization called The National Food Strategy and they will be updating us soon with advice and tips.
There is also a podcast episode that I found interesting on this topic. It can be found here.
There are a couple of articles I mentioned on regenerative aquaculture. The first is an NIH article that gives an overview of regenerative agriculture. The second is a newsletter that describes how regenerative agriculture works.

An overall review article on sustainable diets can be found here.

As always, if you have any questions about this episode or would like to hire a nutritionist/health coach to help you sort all of this out, please email me on my website contact page, which is at Healing Outside the Box.