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Renée Loux

Green Expert & Chef

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Environmentalism begins in the body and in the mind. Renée Loux discusses how eating can be an environmentalist act.

Renée's Biography

Trailblazing Teen: She has been a vegetarian since she was 14 years old.
Professional Role Model: Vandana Shiva
Three Words to Describe Herself: Persistent, adventurous, and earnest
Sustainable Living Tip: "It's not an all or nothing game"

Renée Loux is a champion for the environmental and sustainable food movements. She is an author, television personality, chef and monthly columnist for Women’s Health magazine. Renée has successfully published four books on the subject of sustainability, environmentalism and healthy lifestyles. She is the host of It’s Easy Being Green on the Scripps Network. Renée also designed Exhale Spa’s GRN skincare line and serves on their board.

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