• Ask questions about your food and drink: What's in it? Who made it? How was it made?

  • Contemplate the nutrient density of food you come across and give growing a little bit of your own a try.

  • If you enjoy wine, find out if the grapes were irrigated or dry-farmed.

  • Ask questions about what you read: Was it ghost-written? Who funded it?

  • Take a look at chemicals in your household: cleaners, yard applications, personal care products. Are they healthy for your house, yard and self?

  • Shop at a food co-op or check out a farmers' market and talk to the seller of the food. Ask about possibly visiting the farm or operation.

  • Learn how to make bread from ancient grains like einkorn, emmer and spelt. It's pretty easy to make bread once you get the hang of it.

  • Subscribe to online newsletters about the food movement, regenerative agriculture and organizations that help keep consumers informed.

  • Head on over to the Additional Resources page on this site for more ideas.

Stay curious and ask even more questions!