Health & Wellness

Eating Local, Seasonal Foods Can Improve Your Health and the Health of the World

by Bri Young, Integrative Nutrition Coach

Did you know that the average carrot travels 1,838 miles before it lands in your salad? Most of us have become heavily reliant on produce coming from across the country, or even the world, at the grocery store. One way to reduce the amount of “food miles” or the distance it takes for food to travel from where it’s grown to a grocery store near you: eat locally and seasonally.

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