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Both, the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, agree that there is a need to promote sustainable diets and food biodiversity to improve our health. This diet is not only beneficial to our body, but also helps the environment.

You will ask yourself what is this sustainable diet that is so popular and you have surely heard about it. This is why in CINATUR we explain what consist of and we encourage you to follow it, since it encourages the production and distribution fruits and vegetables.

The sustainable diet is a diet that has a positive impact on the environment and consists of basing most of the food on the consumption of mainly local fruits and vegetables and reducing the consumption of such harmful processed foods. If you want to start with this diet and lead a healthy life that brings you all the possible benefits for your body, just follow these steps:

1. First, do not buy more food than you are going to consume. The main rule of sustainable diet is to never throw food to the trash.

2. Reduce consumption of processed foods. These foods have a very negative impact on the environment, not only because of the packaging they use based on plastics and other non-biodegradable materials but also because they carry unhealthy compounds such as saturated fats or high levels of sugars.

3. Reduce consumption of food of animal origin. Both meat production and dairy production have a major influence on climate change. Replace the animal protein with vegetable protein, much healthier and very easy to combine in your daily diet.

4. Increase the consumption of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Its production has a low environmental impact since they do not emit practically harmful gases and they are the most beneficial.

At CINATUR we have always said that we are very concerned about the health of our consumers. We take care of the production of fruits and production vegetables with a high quality.

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