Eating more organically grown foods is linked to a 76 percent decreased risk for all lymphomas and an 86 percent reduced risk for non-Hodgkin lymphoma, French researchers say.
A study of the diets of 34,000 people confirms that a diet high in fruit and vegetables is better for the planet than one high in animal products.
2017 was the year of plant-based diets reaching new heights of popularity. 2018 has just as much to be excited about as far as lifestyle and food trends are concerned.
Humans are a part of nature in every moment, in every place, and recognizing this puts a different lens on how you interact with the world’s ecological and social communities.
Younger adults are more likely than older adults to think organic foods are better for their health and to believe GM foods are worse.
Holistic consumerism is one of the major shifts that have been noted in the health and wellness category. Aside from simple exercise and nutrition, mental health is also thrown into the mix, which accounts for positivity, mindfulness, relaxation and self-care.
The Infinity Burial Suit started as a concept by artist and MIT researcher Jae Rhim Lee, who was concerned about the environmental impacts of traditional burial methods.
Students in Berlin and Hamburg learn everything from urban gardening to safely using public transportation on their own
New Yorker Lauren Singer produces so little waste that she can fit all of her trash from the past two years in a 16 oz. mason jar and now she’s trying to teach the rest of the world how to do the same.
Children are the future of humanity – so if we want to cultivate a sustainable society where people are connected to our food and the land, it is critical to raise a generation of children who understand how to be good stewards of the earth.
The university will exclusively focus on organic farming and research.
Going veggie can drastically reduce your carbon footprint. This is all at a personal level. What about when you multiply such changes by 7 billion people, and factor in a growing population?
A kitchen that feeds 100,000 people daily, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for free, is ready to raise the bar even further and set a benchmark for others to follow. Golden Temple – one of the world’s largest community kitchens, will soon be serving organic food.
In the largest study of its kind, an international team of experts led by Newcastle University, UK, has shown that both organic milk and meat contain around 50% more beneficial omega-3 fatty acids than conventionally produced products.