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Why DonâEUR(TM)t We Feel More Guilty About Eating Animals? | IFLScience
Green Lifestyle  (tags: AnimalWelfare, suffering, nutrition, eco-friendly, food, health, sustainable )

Ann
- 227 days ago - iflscience.com
You can not eat meat & call yourself an environmentalist.. You can not eat meat & call yourself an animal lover. This is the irony of it all!
Neil Young And Greenpeace Don't Starve People. You And I Do
Green Lifestyle  (tags: food, health, humans, protection, vitamin A deficency, world, children, diet, nutrition, culture, politics )

Kathy
- 373 days ago - forbes.com
In millennia of starvation for the world's poorest, there have often been calls for an end to this most unfair of income inequality's scourges. Whether that starvation is a lack of enough calories or of the nutritional balance necessary to maintain health
Vegan Diet? Useful for Weight Loss and to Respect the Environment
Green Lifestyle  (tags: nutrition, eco-friendly, greenliving, weight loss )

Jessica
- 463 days ago - beyond-health.nu
Many choose the vegan diet to have a supply of fiber that works to keep the body fit and, simultaneously, to respect the environment. You can therefore lose weight through an eco-friendly food-style.
Tell Starbucks: Drop Out of the Anti-GMO Labeling Lawsuit
Green Lifestyle  (tags: healthconditions, healthconditions, humans, nature, politics, pollution, protection, science, research, Sustainabililty, world, activists, culture, dishonesty, education, ethics, family, freedoms, law, media, rights, politics, safety, society, usa, americ )

Wendy
- 542 days ago - act.credoaction.com
Oral arguments in the crucial Vermont GMO labeling lawsuit are expected to start in the next few weeks,1 so now is the perfect time to pressure Starbucks to end its membership in the Grocery Manufacturers Association and stop fighting GMO labeling..
Congress To Nutritionists: Don't Talk About The Environment
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, eco-friendly, environment, food, health, humans, nutrition )

Kathy
- 562 days ago - npr.org
A government-appointed group of top nutrition experts, assigned to lay the scientific groundwork for a new version of the nation's dietary guidelines, decided earlier this year to collect data on the environmental implication of different food choices.
Tell Burger King: No Frankenfries for Me!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: children, diet, disease, environment, ethics, family, food, government, illness, risks, prevention, nutrition, science, society, warning, Body-Mind-Spirit, babies, humans, investigation, business, corporate, consumers, environment, farming, ethics, govern )

Wendy
- 592 days ago - secure3.convio.net
The USDA has approved a new GMO potato, thankfully we've already put pressure on McDonald's to say they won't use the potatoes, now we need Burger King to commit that they won't buy it.
Calling Euro-MP Glenis Willmott About the GMO Vote? Fantastic! Here's What to Do:
Green Lifestyle  (tags: humans, food, illness, interesting, diet, babies, nutrition, prevention, protection, risks, safety, science, society, warning, corporate, environment, farming, government, humans, lies, law, labor, politics, society, consumers, humans, GeneticEngineering )

Wendy
- 602 days ago - action.sumofus.org
The British government voted earlier this year for a flawed European Commission proposal that would allow European states to ban GM crops subject to many conditions, while opening the doors for widespread GMO cultivation and contamination across the EU.
Scientists Prove Organic Food More Nutritionally Rich Than Conventional, GMO Crops
Green Lifestyle  (tags: CoolStuff, eco-friendly, environment, food, GMOs, greenliving, health, organic, Sustainabililty, world, nutrition )

Kathy
- 614 days ago - naturalsociety.com
It's always interesting when biotech shills spout a bunch of their credentials on posts about GMOs, complaining that there is no scientific proof that genetically modified organisms are bad for our health, bad for the environment, or bad for food sustaina
How to Bring Minerals Back Into the Soil and Food Supply - Via Waking Times
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Environment, Agriculture, Farming Industry, Toxic Chemicals, GMOs, Monsanto, Health Risks, Nutrition, Food, Sustainable Agriculture, Article )

Victoria
- 764 days ago - wakingtimes.com
The continual depletion of minerals in food matches the progressive implementation of agricultural practices like mechanization, nitrogen-heavy fertilizers, and pesticide use. Chemical use and GMOs in farming have rapidly Increased disease rates.
Petition: Climate Parents | No New Coal Leases on Federal Land!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: abuse, activists, americans, arts, celebrity, child, children, corruption, crime, culture, death, dishonesty, education, environment, ethics, family, fashion, freedoms, gayrights, GoodNews, goodnews, government, health, humans, interesting, internet, law )

Susanne
- 794 days ago - act.engagementlab.org
US coal companies mine more than a billion tons of coal each year, much of it from land leased by the federal government in a program managed by the Department of Interior
Groups Target Food Waste to Eliminate Hunger
Green Lifestyle  (tags: food security, nutrition, world, Sustainabililty, organic, food, eco-friendly, society, green, healthy, health, greenproducts, garden )

Cal
- 984 days ago - ipsnews.net
If all food loss and waste around the world could be recovered, half the world's population, or 3.5 billion people, could be fed. Yet people throw away a third of food produced globally, an issue that inspired the theme of these year's World Food Day, sus
80% of Antibiotics in the U.S. Go to Factory Farms
Green Lifestyle  (tags: greenliving, greenproducts, eco-friendly, conservation, business, protection, home, healthy, organic, family, food, health, shopping, dishonesty, corruption, cover-up, business, money, lies, healthcare, prevention, safety, treatment, nutrition, illness, a )

Kelly
- 1054 days ago - care2.com
Do you know who the top purchaser of antibiotics in the US is? And why it matters? While large private and public hospitals may come to mind, or perhaps one of the national pharmacy chains, you would be mistaken.
A Solar-Powered Shed for India's Perishable Food
Green Lifestyle  (tags: asia, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', children, ethics, GoodNews, society, world, diet, food, protection, prevention, nutrition, eco-friendly, energy, CoolStuff, coolstuff, green, greenliving, humans, Sustainabililty, sustainable )

JL
- 1246 days ago - green.blogs.nytimes.com
In India, the government estimates that anywhere from 30 to 40 percent of food spoils long before it finds its way to the table.
 

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