Gluten allergies, sensitivities, and celiac disease are prevalent today. As a result, many people tend to avoid foods with gluten to support their healthy lifestyle. While gluten does not adversely affect everybody, many find it to slow their metabolism or cause intestinal disruption, and eliminating it from their diet helps them feel better.
If you could live in a sustainable city, what would that look like? Where would it be? What about that city makes it sustainable? Most of us wouldn’t think of a city as being ecologically friendly. Cities have more people, placing more demand on natural resources, producing more waste and insanely high carbon emissions.
Single-use disposables can also be made from compostable materials, such as paper, organic fibers like agave, soy protein, tapioca starch, cellulose, sugar cane, corn, potato, lactic acid, PHA (a material made from Canola oil), or bioplastic. Most products listed here can be composted at home or in the organic curbside bin, except for bioplastics.
If you’re new to composting, the prospect of sorting and preparing your compostable products can be overwhelming. But with a little bit of knowledge and the right tools, composting is a simple and effective way to reduce waste and pollution in your daily life.