How To Stay Healthy During A Food Shortage

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There’s been a lot of talk since before the pandemic about a possible future food shortage.

Now people are noticing restrictions on the water again …plus some food items like chicken wings Ha! No joke! So we need to talk about this now!

?️In today’s podcast, we are going to talk about How To Stay Healthy During A Food Shortage.

So, grab your smoothie or cup of tea and join the conversation. 

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How To Stay Healthy During A Food Shortage?

  1. Eat what’s in season
  2. Join a food co-op/csa
  3. Decrease meat intake

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