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Eating for Health and the Planet: Climate-friendly, Plant-based Diets

The most popular resolutions for 2021 were exercising more, losing weight, saving money, and improving diet. Reflecting back on your year, did you make any of these resolutions or something related to leading a more sustainable lifestyle?


Many of us are planning for changes in 2022 but without the proper education, it's highly likely you won't meet your resolutions. So we invited Liubov Volkova who is a plant-based lifestyle advocate, certified in plant-based nutrition by the Center for Nutrition Studies at Cornell University and holds a Ph.D., M.S. in Environmental Studies.


We covered the impact that the food system has on climate change, the alternative to the current Linear Economy, plant-based diet studies, and resources to help you start your plant-based journey.


We referenced a graphic from Our World in Data that shows the top food causing greenhouse gas emissions.

We hope that this information helps you choose food more wisely and limit the consumption of animal products, not just for the planet but for your health.


Resources referenced in the webinar:


You can read:

  • The China Study. T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell.

  • How Not To Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease. Michael Greger, Gene Stone.

  • The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest. Dan Buettner.

You can watch:

Starter Kits:

T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies


Recipies

Leading A More Sustainable Lifestyle: Coaching Options

Let us support your circular and plant-based lifestyle journey. We are here to help you embark on a low-waste journey and bring others along with you for the ride.



Yours in service for a greener and more equitable planet,

Ceres Market Team

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