As we enter into March of the new year, some of us may just be getting around to making some thoughtful changes to our diets, while others may have already fallen off the wagon. We hear the word "diet," and we think of grueling exercises in counting points and calories, rationing portions, eliminating carbohydrates and fats, and sustaining ourselves on rabbit food and strange drink concoctions. While some may need stricter forms of a "diet" to assist them in losing life-threatening amounts of weight, many of us could benefit from just a few changes in our food habits. But making those changes stick seems to be the common bone of contention when we think about adopting a new way of eating.
Though as I've learned time and time again this past year, slow and steady always wins the race when it comes to changing food habits. In the past nine months, I've experimented with eliminating dairy, cooking gluten-free, and even going vegan at times -- okay, really for just a day or two. And,Read More »from Green Your Diet! 3 Simple Ways to Eat More Sustainably