GoGreenNation: If we help those caught in the wake of famine to grow their own gardens, as well as reduce meat consumption, we might stand a chance of addressing this growing global problem of world hunger.
The global financial meltdown has pushed the ranks of the world’s hungry to a record 1 billion, a grim milestone that poses a threat to peace and security, U.N. food officials said Friday.
Here’s a report on the increased nutritional benefits of organic foods.
…today’s [conventionally grown] veggies and fruits may be as much as 40% lower in minerals than the same produce from 50 years ago.
And here’s a great article from Woman’s Day magazine detailing several good reasons to eat more fruits and vegetables and less meat – a move that will help us provide more food for the world by focusing fewer resources on costly meat production. Can you be a part-time vegetarian?