EP68: Chlorophyll Water, Eating for the Environment, and All About Measles

This week on the show, Jenn and Kelli discuss:

  • What is chlorophyll water and is it healthy?
  • How what we eat contributes to greenhouse gases
  • Where the next measles outbreaks may occur and why you don’t want to contract it

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Mentioned in this episode:

Is chlorophyll water healthy?

What are the benefits of chlorophyll?

A measles outbreak where you live? Study ranks US places at highest risk

Measles (Rubeola)

Measles: The Worst Souvenir (This Podcast Will Kill You)

Carbon footprint of self-selected US diets: nutritional, demographic, and behavioral correlates

Healthy Eating Index

High nutritional quality is not associated with low greenhouse gas emissions in self-selected diets of French adults

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