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100 Foods No Environmentalist Should Ever Eat


Green Lifestyle  (tags: Food, Environment, Diet, Health, Fitness )

Neelakant
- 3726 days ago - x-raytechnicianschools.org
Avoiding certain foods may be extreme for some, but eliminating even a few of these foods is enough to make an impact. Read on to find out what you should do your best to steer clear of.



   

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Bec Mason (6)
Tuesday July 8, 2008, 9:50 pm
Thanks for the story, but now it seems like there is not much left to eat after these top 100 items to avoid!
 

Sonia McManus (5)
Wednesday July 9, 2008, 11:36 am
curious to know if there is a corresponding article and research on what you CAN eat. I think that given this (care 2) is an international site, recommending that you don't eat rice is a bit unrealistic when it is a staple for much of the world. Perhaps this article could come with a note that if you are living in the USA, and have the money to do so, avoid these foods? Thanks for the article...food for thought.
 

Nikki Castle (0)
Wednesday July 9, 2008, 12:53 pm
Eat what you grow! Break the chain buy local!
 

Caterina Pryde (0)
Wednesday July 9, 2008, 12:53 pm
got to agree, the list is pretty insane. All farming causes some effect on the environment. Pretty much all food comes in some kind of packaging. the article is way beyond excessive.
 

Natasha G (23)
Wednesday July 9, 2008, 1:15 pm
Honestly, just by being alive you cause waste and consume resources. There are definitely steps you can take to reduce waste, but at the same time we need to eat! Another thing: With the thing about not consuming coffee, tropical fruits, sugar, etc., I realize that they can be environmentally destructive, but at the same time it supports 3rd world economies. When I buy Latin American foods, I often go for the brands that are from there instead of American brands because I want to support their economies. Just a humanitarian perspective.
 
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