Food systems such as producing food, transporting it, and storing wasted food and landfills all contribute to climate change. In order to harvest, transport, store, cook, and serve food, the global food industry uses a tremendous amount of energy. This produces many greenhouse gases that negatively impact soils, rivers, oceans, forests, and other natural resources. Meanwhile, climate change generates its own vicious circle of activity, with ecologically fragile countries experiencing the highest levels of food insecurity. As climate change worsens, these fragile countries’ agricultural potential tends to dwindle. However, these countries require food, increasing their reliance on the complicated logistics of food aid.
While all of us know about dieting, not many of us are aware of an eco-friendly diet. An eco-friendly diet can be considered as a diet that helps you lose weight in a manner that is safe for yourself as well as the environment around you. So here are some tips you could take into consideration when opting for an eco-friendly diet.