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Conscious Eating and the Moderation Trap: Don’t Fall For It!

January 30th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

We all tell ourselves stories: as humans, it's our birthright. We create narratives to explain the world, and to find meaning for our lives within it. As an advocate for conscious eating, I hear all kinds of arguments for widely divergent food habits -- and find many of the stories we tell ourselves about food to be destructively bizarre. For example, the myth that 'everything in moderation' applies to food choices fails ethical consumers, and needs a sound debunking


10 Tips for Responsible Coffee Consumption

August 24th, 2010 | by Raza Imam

No doubt, coffee consumption takes a major toll on the environment. And since most people won't just give up their coffee habit altogether (not that they should), here are a few relatively easy ways to make your coffee drinking habit more responsible



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