We are pleased to provide these highlights on Ecofriendly Books that can help shape your decisions about growing food locally, diet, and sustainable living overall.
The internet certainly offers plenty of choices for ecofriendly books, videos, and information relative to food and sustainable living.
Here is one that may add value, especially given the chapter on indoor farming with the “perpetual food machine”. The author Charlie Szoradi wrote Learn from Looking after spending more than two decades working as a sustainability professional and traveling extensively around the world. He is a trained architect, who earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia in the 1980s and his Masters of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. The book includes his insights on sustainability as well as his travel drawings ranging from North and Central America to Asia and Europe.
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MORE ECOFRIENDLY BOOKS
The following ecofriendly books focus on the advantages of shifting towards a more plant based diet.
The Plant Advantage: How I Lost Half My Weight on The Fuel Plus Fortification Diet – Learn more and ORDER
The Plant Based Diet for Beginners: 75 Delicious, Healthy Whole Food Recipes – Learn more and ORDER
Plant Based Eating: Whole Food, high protein, on-budget recipes, hints for keeping your body’s pH alkaline, boosting your immune system, strength, and focus – Learn more and ORDER
This book that addresses “boosting your immune system” is particularly timely given COVID-19 and the Omicron variant.
Eating more vegetables reduces the severity of COVID-19 and other pathogens
June 2021: Healthcare professionals eating a plant-based diet were 73% less likely to experience moderate to severe COVID-19, and those following a plant- or fish-based diet were 59% less likely to get seriously ill.
COVID-19 and its variants are projected to become endemic, like Influenza, and never fully go away. Diet is one of the “spokes’ on the wheel of virus mitigation for the short and long-term.
Pathogens like COVID-19 also impact the food supply chain: 17 million American children could go without enough to eat.
Sources: https://www.feedingamerica.org/sites/default/files/2020-10/Brief_Local%20Impact_10.2020_0.pdf + https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/covid-19-new-study-highlights-potential-role-of-diet#Doctors-and-nurses-on-the-front-lines
Eating more veggies is simply good for your health and good for the planet.