As you embark on your Green Eating journey with Daniel Hewes East Hampton Nutrition Consultant and Green Eating Expert, features the most sustainable ingredient category that you should add to your next meal:
A lot of people think that Green Eating and sustainability in food is an out of reach concept. But NYC based Nutrition Consultant Daniel Hewes knows for sure that this couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact, Green Eating can be an adventure that introduces you to new foods, rather than limiting or restricting your diet. While you enjoy a vibrant array of colorful ingredients, you can feel good inside knowing that you are doing your part to assist food sustainability efforts. Here is one of Daniel’s favorite sustainable foods that you can find locally (or in nature): mushrooms!
Mushrooms can be grown in the byproducts of recycled food, such as compost. This minimizes the food’s overall impact on the environment, making for a sustainably cultivated and sourced ingredient that fits into any Green Eating regimen. Daniel Hewes East Hampton Dietary Consultant is new to the world of mushrooms and nutritional fungi. But he’s already enjoying the exploration factor that comes with navigating the territory of these sustainable foods. The best part is: there are more than 14,000 species of mushrooms out in the world. (Talk about variety!) So there is certainly no lack of diversity or variety when it comes to adding this ingredient to your Green Eating routine!