Items Tagged ‘Dana Hunnes’

How meat eaters can be more eco-friendly

November 28, 2016

How meat eaters can be more eco-friendly

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

Meat production uses a considerable amount of resources. When compared to the production of vegetables and grains, meat requires large amounts of water, grain, and land to feed and support livestock. In fact, a 2011 analysis conducted by the Environmental Working Group found that the production of certain meats produced up to 40 times the […]

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Tags: algae, bio-fuels, corn, dairy products, Dana Hunnes, diet, dietitian, eco-friendly, grains, meat, meat consumption, meat-eaters


Fish really love to eat plastic, and that's a problem for all of us

July 29, 2016

Fish really love to eat plastic, and that’s a problem for all of us

By Mark Wheeler Mark Wheeler

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch bobs in the central North Pacific, trapped by rotating ocean currents. It is one of five such patches in the world’s oceans, and consists primarily of microscopic particles, mostly plastic, suspended in the upper water column. Indeed, more than 5 trillion plastic pieces weighing more than 250,000 tons are afloat […]

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Tags: Bisphenol A, BPA, carcinogens, chemicals, Dana Hunnes, dietitian, dioxins, phthalates, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center