In recent American history, we have adopted a meat-with-every-meal diet. In other countries and in America’s recent past, it was a display of wealth to have meat at a meal. Typically, most of the dishes on the table were plant based. As we learn more about the environmental, economic and physical health benefits of returning to plant-based diets, consumers are driving a market of plant-based meat substitutes.
If you are planning on making some green home improvements, consider what you can do to not only add value but also positively affect your health. Many building materials contain toxic chemicals and materials that have been attributed to a variety of health issues and chronic illnesses. Knowing how to avoid toxins and what improvements can be made (no matter how big or small) can contribute to the overall health of you and your family.
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