There are multiple benefits to healthy eating. You feel better both mentally and physically, and if you play your cards right, you might also live longer. But did you know that eating healthier is usually also better for the environment? From the types of food we eat, to where we buy our food, and how we prepare and store it at home, every step of the food production process has some environmental impact, whether low or high. Most often, the simpler the process involved in acquiring and preparing our food, the better it is for us, and the better it…

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