Organic Beach Holidays: A Passing Fad Or An Act To Help The Environment?
The organic trend is sweeping the globe, and no matter if you are currently on a diet of only 100 percent certified organics and even growing your own produce, or still a bit slow in hopping aboard the eco-friendly train, you can still take advantage of an organic beach holiday. Just what in the world is an organic beach holiday? In keeping with the goal of only fuelling one's body with the cleanest of foods and also being as environmentally aware and friendly as possible, resorts and beautiful holiday destination sites are building their breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus solely around foods that are locally and organically grown. If this piques your interest then you need only to grab your latest piece of swimwear and get ready for a treat in not only relaxation but for the palette as well. Many of these stunning places are surrounded by lush greenery where they will actually be growing what is soon to make its way to your plate. There are numerous places all around the world where you can find an eco-friendly holiday but all of them share a common thread in that what they serve is at the very least 50 percent organic in nature, and more often than not is nearer to 100 percent organic. You will find that what the cooks prepare at the charming restaurants are either grown on site from a vegetable garden or only a few miles away. What this means is that while you are pleasantly eating away while donning your swimwear you will not only be fuelling yourself with the healthiest of fares but reducing your carbon impact on the environment as well. One of the largest contributors to carbon gas emissions is in fact food transportation; the amount of greenhouse gasses that are emitted when restaurants and grocers import their foods is one of the worst offenders in adding to global warming. You can then not only be granting yourself a luxuriant and relaxing holiday filled with beach side fun in your swimwear but you can then never feel an ounce of guilt in spoiling yourself, in that you are in fact doing much to give back to the environment! Talk about a win win situation. The key to looking and feeling your best, whether in your swimwear or not, is directly linked to what you are putting into your body. A diet filled with fatty or overly processed foods is going to show up not only in your waistline but also your skin, and if you want to look radiant and svelte a getaway to an organically inclined destination is sure to work wonders. What's more is even when your holiday draws to a close you can continue to still indulge in much of the organic products that were served to you, as upon leaving you can buy the fresh jams, yoghurt's, cheeses, juices, and even ice creams to take back home. So while you may have had to put that swimwear back in the drawer until the next holiday, you can still let your taste buds take you back to those times well spent!