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Would you wish to live a long healthier life?

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The World Health Organization (WHO) defines healthy diets as:

"diets high in vegetables, fruit and whole grains, with limited intake of saturated fat, trans fats, sugar and salt"

What is the connection between a healthy and a sustainable diet?

Many scientist have analyzed the ecological impacts of various diets, with most agreeing that diets full of plant-based foods and also fewer foods from animal sources may benefit both the health and the health of Earth.

Plant based diets have been "win-win" - they're both good for you and also for Earth.

Scientist call this diet a "planetary wellness diet" to demonstrate the major link between human health and ecological sustainability.

Regardless of the title, this isn't a particular diet program but instead a flexible diet which contains veggies, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and unsaturated oils; comprises a low to moderate quantity of poultry and seafood; also contains a very low amount of red meat, processed meat, additional sugars, refined grains, and starchy vegetables.

This diet is adaptable enough to operate for almost anyone regardless of their situation, heritage, and dietary preferences.

Now you know what the best part is? It will save a Great Deal of cash to follow a general diet:

Based upon Your present food budget you can easily save 1000-5000$ annually (after a standard American diet)‍ You'll be sick , lose less days on the job and spend less money on healthcare. An extra added advantage is that adhering to a planetary wellness diet will also raise the level of your daily life.

Why is a healthy and sustainable diet extremely important?

Food is just one of the greatest methods to boost human wellbeing and ecological sustainability on Earth.

Nevertheless, food is presently a threat to the people and world. Our global challenge isn't just how to feed an increasing population, but also the best way to supply a nutritious diet which may be sustained.

Globally, conventional diets (high in quality plant-based foods), have changed to a "Western-style" method of eating.

This method of eating isn't just bad, but also unsustainable. While the food manufacturing has generally kept pace with population increase. We have over 820 million people still lack food, and a lot more eat either low-fat diets or an excessive amount of food.

Unhealthy diets today pose a higher danger of folks to getting ill or dying than sexual intercourse, alcohol, tobacco and drugs usage combined. We want radical transfrmation of this international food system.

Though the entire food system -- out of farming to transportation, cooking and waste disposal - leads to those issues. Agriculture is the greatest cause of global ecological change. Changes which have climate change, biodiversity loss, deforestation, desertification, and harm to coastal reefs and marine ecosystems.

Just how much does food manufacturing affect the climate?

Our food manufacturing contributes approximately to 30 percent of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE), in which the livestock industry are responsible for nearly half (14.5percent ) of these emissions. Itoccupies roughly 40 percent of global property, in which livestock uses 30 percent of the property. Uses 70 percent of freshwater. Has resulted in nearly 60 percent of the world fish stocks to be completely fished and 33 percent overfished -- just 7 percent are underfished. Present food production is currently driving climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, and extreme changes in water and land usage. Without actions, today's children will inherit a degraded world.

A world where a lot of the populace will suffer from malnutrition and preventable illness.

You are able to alter the way food is created by making better food options. The fantastic news isthat a international adoption of this"planetary wellness diet" would provide important health benefits. Studies reveal we can avoid roughly 1 4 premature adult deaths every year. New findings indicates that agriculture may turn from foe to friend through improved procedures.

Actually, farming may go from carbon supply to carbon sink. Our growing knowledge about the condition of the planet, represents massive business opportunities. Opportunities, were we possess the ability to support the ideal companies and improve our position. Affects exactly what, and just how much we create.

By swallowing more"sustainable diets‟ -- diets which have lower environmental effects, and are fitter. It will require a large shift in how that you consume and for the large part, what you eat is 1 thing you have control over. Thus... You may make a choice now.

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Week of Weeknight Meals: July 2020

Week of Weeknight DinnersAfter an unintentional one month hiatus, I am back with the July 2020 edition of my Week of Weeknight Meals series! I began this series on the blog to give you guys a glimpse into what one week of weeknight dinners looks like in our house every month. I used to share my meals on the blog all... 

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Week of Weeknight DinnersAfter an unintentional one month hiatus, I am back with the July 2020 edition of my Week of Weeknight Meals series! I began this series on the blog to give you guys a glimpse into what one week of weeknight dinners looks like in our house every month. I used to share my meals on the blog all... 

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After an unintentional one month hiatus, I am back with the July 2020 edition of my Week of Weeknight Meals series! I began this series on the blog to give you guys a glimpse into what one week of weeknight dinners looks like in our house every month. I used to share my meals on the blog all the time and still enjoy highlighting my eats from time to time, especially when they’re snapped with my iPhone right before I’m about to dig in — no fancy food photography allowed!

Week of Weeknight Dinners

As for what dinner looked like over here in July, there wasn’t any big theme or grand plan when it came to planning out what we ate, but everything we made last week was pretty darn tasty! Our meals included a variety of dishes from a comforting Instant Pot dinner and a simple one-pot chili to a long-time favorite throwback blog recipe (oh hey Easy BBQ Meatloaf) and more. I hope checking out pictures of our meals snapped in real time helps give you some dinner ideas if you happen to be a bit of a food rut or are just looking for some meal planning inspiration.

Week of Weeknight Meals: July 2020 

Monday: White Chicken Chili

white chicken chili

For Christmas, my mother-in-law gave me a subscription to Taste of Home magazine and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed perusing the pages of the magazine for recipe inspiration! This white chicken chili caught my eye because it looked very easy to make and healthy, too! I made a few changes, including adding frozen sweet corn and chopped carrots to the mix for a little extra texture, color and nutrition. Immediately before serving, after tasting the chili, I thought it was a little bland so I ended up stirring some shredded cheese into the chili and increasing the spices in the recipe a bit. Much better!

Tuesday: One Pot Greek Chicken with Lemon Rice and Lettuceless Greek Salad

Apparently dinner on Tuesday was a very “Healthy Slice of Life” kind of dinner since both recipes I made came from my friend Brittany’s blog, A Healthy Slice of Life! The one pot Greek chicken with lemon rice was right up my alley (I’m all about minimal dishes and clean up!) and Ryan, my father-in-law and I all inhaled this meal and went back for seconds. It was fabulous and flavorful! I made a couple of changes but didn’t veer too much from the original recipe. My changes included swapping chicken thighs for the chicken breasts, adding finely chopped Portabella mushrooms and zucchini (I used this handy contraption my mother-in-law sent my way for very finely dicing the veggies and it was awesome!) and increasing the amount of sun-dried tomatoes and olives. On the side, I served the lettuceless Greek salad I’ve raved about on the blog a number of times and loved the crunch of the cold, crisp cucumbers in contrast with our otherwise warm and hearty meal.

Wednesday: Easy BBQ Meatloaf with Curried Corn and Baked Sweet Potatoes

BBQ Meatloaf

This throwback Easy BBQ Meatloaf recipe that I shared on my blog back in 2015 continues to be a family favorite in our house — and the pictures on the blog just got a much-needed refresh so check them out! The meatloaf is so simple to make and comes out great every time! I paired the meatloaf with baked sweet potatoes topped with butter and salt and curried corn. Ryan is obsessed with this curried corn and it could not be any easier to make! I just microwave frozen sweet corn with butter and then stir in lots of garlic salt and curry powder. Such a simple side dish but it’s one we’re enjoying a lot this summer!

Thursday: Instant Pot Chicken Curry

Instant Pot Chicken Curry

Oh my gosh you guys this meal was SO good!! It was, hands down, my favorite meal of the week and got rave reviews from Ryan, too. I’ve actually been doing some recipe experimentation around an Instant Pot chicken curry dish and nailed it two weeks ago. I made it again last week and it’s absolutely worth sharing on the blog, so stay tuned because this one will be coming your way soon! It’s veggie packed (the base is actually a mix of light coconut milk and smashed butternut squash — so creamy!) and full of flavor.

Friday: Slow Cooker Thai Peanut Chicken with Ginger Sesame Broccolini and Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

thai chicken broccolini

After lunch on Friday, I realized we had no real dinner plans on the agenda, so I went scouring through our fridge in search of inspiration. I saw some broccolini and built our meal around it because I knew immediately that I wanted to make my favorite ginger sesame broccolini, aka my favorite broccoli dish EVER and one that makes me want to eat a pound of broccoli in one sitting (seriously). We served the broccolini with a slow cooker Thai peanut chicken recipe I found on the Ambitious Kitchen blog. It wasn’t my favorite chicken recipe and I can’t say I’d recommend it, though Ryan thought it was okay. (The only change I made was to omit the red pepper slices because we didn’t have any on hand.) I think it’s the kind of chicken that is better in something like a grain bowl or on top of a salad, which is how it’s served on the blog where I found the recipe. On the side, we also had unpictured Hawaiian sweet rolls because I cannot get enough of those little pillows of heaven right now.

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What was the best meal you ate for dinner last week? 

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