2. Buck Trends

Just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it’s smart or good for you. Enlist fellow trend buckers and create a trend of your own.


Eat Real

Food Day 2012 is the perfect day to get — and eat — real.




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Revolutionizing School Lunch

It’s back-to-school time so we gathered some great resources to keep you updated on the changing landscape of school lunch.




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One Decade Down, One Revolution Ahead

Ten years ago, I had this crazy idea: I wanted to create a healthy-living magazine with substance – one that would help change people’s lives and maybe even help change the world.




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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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Milk: A Global and Local History

A cultural history of milk.




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Weston A. Price Foundation

The Foundation is dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, research and activism.




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Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer

One woman chronicles her personal adventures in urban farming.




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The Greatest Source of Sustainable Wellness on the Planet

The second conversation of the Urban Zen Sustainable Wellness Series featuring Dr. Frank Lipman, Dr. Christiane Northrup and Kris Carr.




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Van Jones

Internationally recognized human rights and clean-energy economy pioneer.




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“Food Manifesto for the Future”

Mark Bittman continues his campaign to change the way America eats by outlining some fantastic ideas for healthier, saner and sustainable ways to grow, prepare and consume food.





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“75 Things You Can Compost, but Thought You Couldn’t”

Great source for composting basics.




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No Impact Man

A book and documentary chronicling the Beavan’s family attempt to minimize their environmental impact.




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“Being Healthy Is Not Normal”

The founder of Raptitude.com explores the many reasons why we don’t value our health.




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“When drugs cause the problems they are supposed to prevent”

New York Times science reporter reviews new research that certain diabetic and osteoporosis drugs, as well as the system that evaluates them, may have more risks than benefits.




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More of this 101 Way at our sister site Experience Life:

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The Calorie Myth

New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Bailor on why we should be doing the opposite of the standard weight-loss advice to eat less and exercise more.




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Revolutionary Act 2: Buck Trends

Just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it’s smart or good for you. Enlist fellow trend buckers — and create a trend of your own.




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Back to the Future: ’80s Food Trends Debunked

Your neon tights, parachute pants and leg warmers are long gone, so why are you eating like it’s 1985?




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Switch!

Brilliant ways to change things for the better — even when change is hard.




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6 “Healthy” Eating Choices to Rethink

If you’re committed to healthy eating, it’s time to start investigating whether your current food choices are as wholesome as you’ve been led to believe.




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