By Andrea Devon Bertoli on October 16, 2013
Each year Eating Rules hosts October Unprocessed, a month of tutorials, recipes and information for those looking clean up their diet and eliminate processed foods. Not only are processed foods less healthy for our bodies, they are damaging for the planet too. But what are processed foods?
By Andrea Devon Bertoli on September 23, 2013
Leafy greens are my favorite type of veggies, and it’s my personal mission to share this green love with everyone! Greens like collards and kale have a bit of a nasty reputation as being bitter or tough. And this can sometimes be true: if the plant is not healthy, if it is old, or grown [...]
By Becky Striepe on February 5, 2013
We talk a lot about indoor and outdoor air pollution around here, so when I ran across this infographic at sustainablog, I couldn’t resist sharing it with you guys. It gives a lots of information about common carcinogens that we encounter both in the workplace and at home.
By Becky Striepe on September 30, 2010
If you’re reading this blog post, chances are you’re fortunate enough to have a stove in your home where you can prepare your meals. It probably runs on electricity or natural gas. For millions of poverty-stricken people, though, making dinner means gathering wood or trash and burning it to cook their food.
Across the world, cooking fires lead to illness for millions of people in poverty and contribute to deforestation and climate change.
By Becky Striepe on September 15, 2010
What does a company do when its product has a bad reputation? They re-brand!