Whether its sprinting to graduate classes, UNDP, a quick gym session, or a conference, mornings are a bit chaotic. But there is no meal I look forward to more than a hearty breakfast. I won't miss my most important meal of the day for anything, and you shouldn't either.
You have the opportunity to act on climate change three times (if not more) a day. Eating seasonally and locally provides a quick, attainable way to make impact that ripples into waves. Here are five unconventional ways to eat sustainability and think about how you source your food.
For the young professional, lunch is often fast, and sometimes, few and far between. And for Taylor Williams - one of my best friends and financial analyst for Goldman Sachs - free time in itself is a gem. But she will never let hard work or long hours deter her love of food and cooking local, whole foods. Check out her fresh and fast plant-based lunches on the go.
The dairy-free milk craze is shifting from trend to norm. The transition comes with a number of positive implications for the environment and the American diet.
Veganism has a stigma. It seems easy to cast off veganism as another women’s diet craze, as unrealistic and unhealthy for the athlete, and financially unfeasible. I have debunked all of these myths, and have inquired within my personal vegan community to find out their own top strategies for living vegan.