Vegetarian? Raw food ? Gluten free?
A Personal story This is my lifestyle and food habits advised by a naturopath apart from being a vegetarian since I am18 years old. It keeps me healthy all year long and Doctors aren’t part of my life.A few reasons for behaving like this: be conscious of everything I put inside my body everyday, to respect my body and to give it the maximum life energy of what vegetables and fruits, seeds, nuts, algues have to offer us.It makes me eat unprocessed food so with a minimum of added substances for conservation.Eating raw food means you ingest a lot of oxygen from the uncooked and naturally “vibrant” living fruits, vegetables. Cooked thing are possible but at a low temperature and slowly.
And the planet? According to a study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the study from Lund University (Seth Wynes/Kimberly Nicholas) the four actions that most substantially decrease an individual's carbon footprint are: eating a plant-based diet, avoiding air travel, living car-free, and having smaller families.
Zero waste Most of the daily wastes we create at home happen in the kitchen. Think about the amount of food packaging one produced/discard each day, that will end up in an incinerator .The incinerator itself will create that will be even more toxic than what it received (heavy metals, dioxin).
Buying in Bulk I all the countries I have lived I was able to buy in bulk:Italy : Peso netto (link to article/post ??? where ) France: Day by day (link to article)