It’s about time we own up to our faults and fix them. Vote with your wallet to buy positively today.
Now we are faced with the inevitable aftermath. This is evident in health reports due to our over-excessive consumption of animals. Cancer, heart disease, Osteoporosis, strokes, kidney stones, Anemia, diabetes, and more.
Even our food has now been affected and at its very source. With antibiotics used to promote weight gain in animals (who can’t gain weight under the stressful, overcrowded living conditions in factory farms); with the over-use of pesticides and insecticides; or artificial hormones (designed to increase milk production, litter size and frequency); with artificial colors, herbicides, larvicides, synthetic fertilizers, tranquilizers, growth and appetite stimulants …it’s no wonder that Mad Cow Disease, Foot and Mouth Disease, Pfiesteria, and a host of other animal related abnormalities have been unleashed on the human public. We reap just what we sow.
Nature is not responsible for these.
So a change is inevitable. Either we make it ourselves, or we will be forced to make it by Nature Itself.
Not to mention, the ladies will dig you for your mad chef skills :)
Did you know that making your own meals could save your life? A recent Cambridge study found that people who regularly cook at home may live longer than those who don’t. And no, nuking Kraft mac and cheese does not count. To that end, for June’s GOOD 30-Day Challenge, we’re pledging to make all our own meals for the month.
U.S. Cyclists Save $4.6 Billion Per Year by Biking
While the health benefits of biking are well-documented for both cyclists and the planet, it turns out that the U.S. economy is a bit more in the pink thanks to all that pedaling.
Stand Up For Real Food
Food Revolution Day on 19 May is a chance for people who love food to come together to share information, talents and resources; to pass on their knowledge and highlight the world’s food issues. All around the globe, people will work together to make a difference. Food Revolution Day is about connecting with your community through events at schools, restaurants, local businesses, dinner parties and farmers’ markets. We want to inspire change in people’s food habits and to promote the mission for better food and education for everyone.