Personal Health Sustainability
This is the Reality of Healthy Living
Here at Green Chip Stocks, we focus most of our attention on providing you with basic “green” market analysis.
From solar and wind to organic agriculture and water recycling, if there's a way to profit from those things that ultimately make our world a better place – we're on it.
Of course, there are plenty of other investment advisories and newsletters that also seek to profit from the growth in clean energy and organic foods, but most of those folks only report on these opportunities. They don't live them.
And this is why we started our Green Living blog a few years ago.
Although most of what we do is centered around helping investors profit from clean energy and organic food markets, we also seek to share the bigger picture on sustainability.
And sustainability comes in many shapes and sizes.
The sustainability of the planet. The sustainability of the global economy. The sustainability of our food and water supplies. The sustainability of your own personal health. The latter being one I take very personally.
Truth is, my diet became mostly organic back in 2001. And that “mostly-organic” diet became mostly vegetarian in 2009. You can usually find me at the gym at least four or five days a week, and meditation and yoga is just a part of my everyday routine now.
Just as I believe that the future health of our planet relies on our ability to transition our energy economy to one that is cleaner and more sustainable, I also believe that our own personal health is dependent upon our ability to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly.
And that's why I'd like to share with you today, a trailer for this new documentary called “Hungry For Change.”
You can watch it here. . .
You can register to watch the full length film – absolutely free - here.