When it comes to ideal partnerships, Kate’s Real Food–creator of organic energy bars and bites–tops our list. This exciting brand shares our values and our love for healthy foods. Over
The organic food industry–with sales of over $61.9 billion in 2020–is thriving. More people are taking interest in the quality of their food, and are striving to make healthier choices. Eating organic foods is one major way to do this. But identifying the facts can be tricky with all the information out there. So let’s answer two important questions: what does “organic” mean? And why does it matter?
Recycling is a topic we’ve been hearing about for ages. Think “reduce, reuse, recycle”, blue recycle bins, separating paper from plastic, and so on. But there’s a reason we keep hearing about it. In fact, the Department of Environmental Protection outlines numerous ways that recycling can benefit both you and the environment.
In our world today, sustainability is more important than ever. But what exactly is sustainability?
Though there are a lot of definitions out there, this one encapsulates the spirit of sustainability: “the quality of causing little or no damage to the environment and therefore able to continue for a long time.” In other words, making sustainable choices means prioritizing what’s best for the planet–thereby serving future generations.
Supporting your immune system can promote your overall health. And if you want to lessen your likelihood of getting sick, a great first step is visiting the grocery store. Eating the following foods (and more!) can help prevent colds, the flu, and infections. Keep reading for a list of common foods–including ones you may already be eating–that will help you stay healthy.
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