Thursday, September 22, 2016

'70's Food Movement Promoted Benefits Of Plant-Based Diet

On NPR this morning. Frances Moore Lappe started advocating plant based diets in the 70s, back when we didn't have a lot of the published science and supported evidence we have today. She's still making people more aware of the social and environmental consequences of our food choices and her book, Diet for a Small Planet, is as relevant today as ever. “Hope is not what we find in evidence, it's what we become in action. ” -Frances Moore Lappe #realfoodheroes #dietforasmallplanet #npr
Frances Moore Lappe wrote the book, Diet for a Small Planet, which advocates a vegetarian diet. The book started a conversation about the political, economic and health implications of food choices....

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