What Is a Sustainble Diet?

What Is A Sustainable Diet?
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations definition of sustainable diets are those diets that have low environmental impact and contribute to food and nutrition security and a healthy life for present and future generations. Sustainable diets are protective and respectful of biodiversity and ecosystems; culturally acceptable; accessible; economically fair; affordable; and nutritionally adequate, safe, and healthy while optimizing natural and human resources.
 
To us at Sustainble Diet, a sustainable diet is a long-lasting solution to multiple problems at the same time: the problem of how to create optimal human health while also saving money in healthcare expenses and the problem of how to adequately feed our growing global population while preserving biodiversity and habitat for all life forms. You may wish to read more on our page Hot Topics: Shrinking Your Carbon Footprint.
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