🔆 Eating organic can at times be pricier. And when starting out it is not alway vital to buy ALL foods organic. EWG does a good job distinguishing produce that NEEDS to be bought organic (Dirty Dozen) and foods that you can decide whether to buy organic or not (Clean Fifteen). I printed this little card out from their website (link in bio) and keep in my wallet to refer back to when shopping.🔆
Any FIG fans out there? 🙋🏻♀️ There is nothing like the unique taste and texture of fresh figs (sorry dried fig fans!). When fresh they are lusciously sweet with a texture that combines the chewiness of their flesh, the smoothness of their skin, and the crunchiness of their seeds 🤤. Best 3-in-1 package EVER! 💚 Reap these benefits 👇🏼 They are rich in minerals including potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper and are a good source of antioxidant vitamins A and K that contribute to your overall wellness. If you haven’t tried one before now I highly recommend you do! 😙
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Una comida rápida 😅por el apuro. Pero muy sana está frita con #aceitedecoco #saludable... Ñam Ñam #crismedicin#dietacetogenica ¿Y tú ya utilizas el aceite de coco? No sólo es delicioso también te llena de #energia porque proporciona los ácidos grasos de cadena media que el Cuerpo necesita. 1000% Recomendado!! Las mitocondrias de tus células te lo agradecerán 😉😘
#prayforamazonia REUSE: is the action or practice of using something again, whether for its original purpose (conventional reuse) or to fulfil a different function (creative reuse or repurposing). It should be distinguished from recycling, which is the breaking down of used items to make raw materials for the manufacture of new products. Reuse – by taking, but not reprocessing, previously used items – helps save time, money, energy and resources. In broader economic terms, it can make quality products available to people and organizations with limited means, while generating jobs and business activity that contribute to the economy. Historically, financial motivation was one of the main drivers of reuse. In the developing world this driver can lead to very high levels of reuse, however rising wages and consequent consumer demand for the convenience of disposable products has made the reuse of low value items such as packaging uneconomic in richer countries, leading to the demise of many reuse programs. Current environmental awareness is gradually changing attitudes and regulations, such as the new packaging regulations, are gradually beginning to reverse the situation. *I don’t claim to have it all down yet myself, as it is a slow and gradual process but... I feel this I an easy start ♥️ Anything that brings us together fosters our humanity🙏🏾