Clean Eating

Why a Diverse Diet Matters (for You and the Planet)

For those seeking to follow a greener lifestyle, eating for biodiversity is one of the most powerful shifts you can make. Why? “Since the early 1900s, some 75% of the genetic diversity of the foods humans have thrived on for millennia has been lost,” explains Danielle Nierenberg, co-founder and president of Food Tank, an international nonprofit advocating for more sustainable agricultural models. Indeed, the number of foods we rely on for nourishment continues to shrink across the globe: According

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