Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Eat Green

So here is an article I just found after yesterday's post, eating green is good for you and the environment. Time magizine has an article on eating less red meat, a product that is very high i methane, one of the three major sources of greenhouse gases.

I'm the first to admit that red meat is tasty, and could never become a person who never partakes in red meat, but reducing the intake has benefits for the environment and more importantly health. Racing Green was originally created to show how the bicycle can/could benefit the environment and personal health. That is still my primary interest day to day (hence the reason for participating in the Lance Armstrong Foundation event this year, see the link to the left). Do yourself and the environment a favor and try to change a dinner menu from meat to chicken.

1 comment:

Common Sense said...

very nice.

good stories