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10 steps to climate-friendly dining

Our Eating Affects Well being. This we know. However it additionally affects the well being of the whole planet, and it can be true now as in any historical...

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Mat Lalonde: Why nutrient density is important

Do you buy a caveman principle that our our bodies have not developed to eat wheat, grains and sugar? What about vegetarian food that we should always by no...