In honor of Earth Day, find out how you can show your appreciation for the environment. Here are four ways to celebrate Earth Day and make lasting changes.
April 22 is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate Earth Day than learning how to keep our planet green and clean. Living a greener life can be great for your health and the health of the people around you.
Since 1970, Earth Day has become a globally celebrated event where people show their support for environmental protection. From reducing waste and being a wise consumer, you can help increase awareness that can make the world a better place to live.
Click the photos below to find four easy ways to celebrate Earth Day and get into new habits.
Sorting out your trash and recycling helps; but it doesn’t have to stop there. This year, Earth Day 2018 focuses on ending plastic pollution. Reduce your plastic use by carrying a recyclable water bottle, shopping with reusable bags, and bringing your own containers to buy local foods.
Try following the plate method to eat heart-healthy foods that are better for your body and long-term health. Get creative in the kitchen and learn these healthy recipes that the whole family can enjoy. Need help? Start with these tips to improve your eating habits.
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