07 Aug '11, 8am

Connecting the Dots: Diet and Health (People, Planet, Economy)

Connecting the Dots: Diet and Health (People, Planet, Economy)

(SAD) today, derived from meat and dairy and laden with added fats and sugars, is of course, not only wreaking havoc on our bodies and burdening our economy, but it is having an equally damaging toll on our planet, whether contributing to climate change conditions or through the wasteful use of natural resources. Fortunately, the connection between diet and health, both human and planet, and the economy, is drawing considerable attention. Here are some developing trends that will drive opportunity and (hopefully) force change:

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/08/connecting-dots-diet-...

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