Venice CA Based "Sustainability" Campaigners "Naomi Howison" and "Mike Garcia" Announce American Japanese Educational Campaign to Expand Organic Xocai Products Into Shizuoka, Neyagawa and Toyohashi Japan with "MXI Corp" Cowboy Adam Green
Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWire) -- 10/02/2013 --"Sustainability" is the new word everybody is talking about these days. All know Sustainability is good, and is something we must all practice, but the question on people's mind these days is this....Just what is Sustainability? Sustainability expert and EnviroscapeLA Founder Mike Garcia of Redondo Beach has worked in the area of Sustainability for over 30 years and answers that question this way. "Sustainability" is living today, without borrowing from tomorrow". This means that as a community and larger society, we must pay attention to everyday practices which will have an impact on future generation. This encompasses the need for all of us to "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle"
Sustainability and our Food Chain: Sustainability is a word that has become very popular in the past 3 years. What is Sustainability? In a nutshell, Sustainability is living today without borrowing from tomorrow. There were many promises made at the beginning of the industrial revolution, that through science and industry, the world would be a better place for all and that the plagues of starvation and disease would significantly decrease. It all made so much sense back then. Fast forward a hundred years later and we find that the solutions to problems of the past have created their own set of problems. Today's fast paced world is rife with stress, anxiety and health problems. We have all read the statistics on obesity and heart disease in our modern world and the truth is, these modern plagues are only getting worse. Yet, the majority of problems are rooted in society not taking responsibility for its actions.
If modern society is to begin the process of healing, one needs to first recognize that THEY CAN personally do something about the world. This is perhaps the biggest factor in creating a more Sustainable world. One can do things like choosing to walk, instead of taking the escalator, turning off the water while brushing your teeth and most of all, choosing a diet rich in anti-oxidants and raw fruits and vegetable. Non-GMO foods are essential. Smart food companies with a strong sense of commitment to health and the environment actually label their food as Non-GMO. Xocai Healthy Chocolate has made a commitment to great health and to the Sustainability of our environment. Theirs is tested as the highest anti-oxidant food on the planet and their Healthy Chocolate is Non-GMO and vegan.
Company leaders point out that before Xoçai introduced its groundbreaking chocolate to the marketplace, many consumers did not widely recognize the natural health benefits of chocolate. Xoçai has been a trailblazer in helping the public recognize that dark chocolate, if prepared and processed correctly, does indeed possess an impressive benefit profile, and can be enjoyed regularly by health-conscious consumers focused on nutrition, weight loss, energy, anti-aging and other health concerns. The newly approved trademark bodes well for the company’s future. Brooks stated, “The ‘Healthy Chocolate’ trademark enhances our strategic position as we continue to expand our business, helping us create an even brighter future for our distributors and customers involved in the wellness, nutrition and direct sales industries.”
EnviroscapeLA, a sustainable landscape construction firm specializing in green solutions in the landscape and building Japanese Koi ponds. EnviroscapeLA's work has been featured in numerous magazines and television shows and has been the recipient of local, state, national and international awards.
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