What can you do to improve your health and at the same time improve the health of our home planet? Do you want to be a healthier and more sustainable consumer?
In her straightforward, easy-to-understand book, dietitian and environmentalist Dr. Dana Ellis Hunnes outlines the actions we can all take. Many people feel overwhelmed by the scope of climate change and believe that only large, sweeping changes will make any difference. Yet the choices we make every day can have effects on climate change, the oceans, the land, and other species.
This book outlines the problems we are facing, and then presents ideas or 'recipes' to empower us, to help us all make a difference. Recipe For Survival provides the guidance that you can use right now to improve your health, your family's health, and the health of the environment simultaneously.
Dr. Dana Ellis Hunnes is a practicing dietitian, educator, and researcher who has dedicated herself to understanding the relationships between climate change, food choices, and food security and how they affect our health. At UCLA Medical Center, she works with hundreds of individuals every year who suffer from debilitating chronic diseases and guides them toward a healthier lifestyle.