September 01, 2015

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Eat These Fruits and Veggies- Feel Good and Do Good!

We all know that eating nutritious fruits and veggies can help you Feel Good.  Now, Food Tank lists 34 Indigenous Crops that also Do Good when you eat them! 

Food Tank has identified 34 crops from around the world that are not only delicious and packed with nutrients, they also contribute to sustainable livelihoods in rural communities across the globe.  By simply eating these foods you are Doing Good!

Let's Support Indigenous Crops...Because The Alternative Is Not Working

As Food Tank states -

"Unfortunately, most investments in agriculture are for crops such as wheat, rice, and maize, rather than for more nutritious foods or indigenous crops—and this focus has had devastating consequences. Global obesity rates have doubled over the last 30 years, increasing the risk of diet-related illnesses including diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease in industrialized and developing countries alike."

Of Course The Baobab Fruit Made The List!

You better believe our favorite fruit - The Baobab Fruit - made the list.  As we explain in our articles on the Baobab Fruit - the baobab fruit is not just nutritious, but it helps support the indigenous people of Africa.  In addition, with every purchase of Limitless Baobab, we make a donation to Feeding America that provides 8 meals to families in need. 

Head on over to Food Tank and read the full report and then start eating foods that will help you Feel Good and Do Good as well!


Dan Nessel
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