Even if supermarkets are beginning to phase-out, the G20 economy does not seem to be suffering. Hypermarkets may even have been detrimental to growth: 

G20 GDP Growth – Fourth quarter of 2018, Stable GDP growth in G20 area OECD – OECD: https://www.oecd.org/newsroom/g20-gdp-growth-fourth-quarter-2018-oecd.htm

Hypermarkets and shopping malls are now doubting their survival:

Will ShoppingMalls Survive the Decade? – Edgy: https://edgy.app/would-shopping-malls-survive-the-crisis).

They blackmail us for jobs and cry wolf for growth when they are the first to destroy it. Their economic model, their consumption pattern, is being challenged by the lack of public support. It is not sectoral and this whole mass consumption pattern with globalized distribution is shattering.

Short circuits have honored their promises of greater profitability, innovation and environmental protection. Short circuits are much more favourable to economic growth:

– ASE – Pourquoi développer les circuits courts? : https://youtu.be/_KT-LnHEkck Watch this video:

And with regard to innovation, the short circuit allows all actors to better communicate, discuss and find local solutions for the benefit of producers, retailers and consumers. Innovation is about discussing local solutions together instead of relying on global transport.

– Value chain development explained: https://youtu.be/KnAVgP2YjYE

Environment is linked to economy. In the UN 2019 global assessment report (https://www.ipbes.net/news/Media-Release-Global-Assessment) it is said that to “better understand the main causes of damage to biodiversity, a pattern that emerges is one of global interconnectivity – with resource extraction and production often occurring in one part of the world to satisfy the needs of distant consumers in other regions.”

The Report is dubbed “1,000,000 species threatened with extinction. ‘Transformative changes’ needed to restore and protect nature. Opposition from vested interests can be overcome for public good.”

It presents an illustrative list of possible actions to achieve sustainability. It promotes “approaches that empower consumers and producers through market transparency, improved distribution and localization (that revitalizes local economies), reformed supply chains and reduced food waste.” A “full and effective participation of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in governance” is necessary. “We have already seen the first stirrings of actions and initiatives for transformative change, such as innovative policies by many countries, local authorities and businesses, but especially by young people worldwide.”

– Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth’s natural life | Environment – The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/may/06/human-society-under-urgent-threat-loss-earth-natural-life-un-report


Ma réponse à la Petition update:  “Qu’est-ce qu’une démocratie sans RIC?” 

sur http://change.org (261k signatures) 

https://www.change.org/p/pour-un-référendum-d-initiative-citoyenne/u/24309949?cs_tk=AugoqVhuc8sANw78k1wAAXicyyvNyQEABF8BvBiclZdDls-aJS8raKY9RHM%3D&utm_campaign=74b9164ba5a14976b4f0bea06ab4d97d&utm_medium=email&utm_source=petition_update&utm_term=cs … … …

Ay Yo Yogurt YOYO Yeah!

Guaranteed gelatin-free ( = bone + bovine skin + pig skin)
That’s good, boycotting = no more poisoning

imagehttps://www.nouvelobs.com/politique/20181017.OBS4061/emmanuelle-wargon-une-lobbyiste-qui-defend-l-huile-de-palme-chez-macron.html


Pour lire cette recette en français: https://tmblr.co/ZprwNe2fQGd16

Yaourt-hier Yaourt d’aujourd’hui

Garanti sans gélatine ( = os + peau de bovin + peau de porc)
C’est bien, boycotter = ne plus s’empoisonner

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Plus les ingrédients sont de qualité, plus ce sera bon au goût et pour la santé.


Bien mélanger un yaourt et 1l de lait entier (vache ou brebis, perso j’aime pas chèvre mais c’est possible aussi). Vous pouvez ajouter du lait en poudre si vous aimez le yaourt ferme.

Verser le mélange dans les pots.

Mettre les pots dans le yaourtière.

Régler la durée sur 10h.

Appuyer sur le bouton.

Attendre 10h puis disposer les yaourts au frigo au moins 4h.

C’est prêt, vous pouvez le manger nature ou ajouter des fruits coupés (myrtilles, framboises, fraises, banane, poire, etc.), ou de la confiture ou du sucre ou/et du biscuit émietté ou des céréales.

(Mélanger deux yaourts avec 1 litre de lait demi-écrémé. Mettez-les dans la yaourtière et réglez la durée pour 12 heures…….)


La nomination au Gouvernement d’Emmanuelle Wargon, ancienne responsable de la communication de Danone, en inquiète certains – L’Obs: https://www.nouvelobs.com/politique/20181017.OBS4061/emmanuelle-wargon-une-lobbyiste-qui-defend-l-huile-de-palme-chez-macron.html


 

 

Savoir lire les étiquettes Alimentaires !!! – SissyMua.

Pour éviter les problèmes, achetez localement. 

Ex: La Ruche qui dit oui: https://laruchequiditoui.fr/fr

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La recette préférée de mes enfants.

Plus les ingrédients sont de qualité, plus le plat sera bon au goût et pour la santé.

Marmiton – Soupe 3C: http://www.marmiton.org/recettes/recette_soupe-3c-courge-carotte-coco_86222.aspx

Passeport Santé Citrouille et Potiron:   http://www.passeportsante.net/fr/Nutrition/EncyclopedieAliments/Fiche.aspx?doc=citrouille_nu

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Affaire des oeufs contaminés – Les regrettables propos de M. Leclerchttp://richardgirardot.fr/affaire-des-oeufs-contamines-les-regrettables-propos-de-m-leclerc/

Les nanoparticules dans les sucreries et les gâteaux inquiètent « 60 Millions de consommateurs »: http://www.lemonde.fr/sante/article/2017/08/25/les-nanoparticules-dans-les-sucreries-et-les-gateaux-inquietent-60-millions-de-consommateurs_5176333_1651302.html#AUMsI3x0vxGa7Zlj.99

Des nanoparticules dans nos assiettes:
http://mobile.lemonde.fr/planete/article/2016/06/15/des-nanoparticules-dans-nos-assiettes_4950584_3244.html

Les nanomatériaux : ennemis invisibles et omniprésents:
http://www.lemonde.fr/planete/article/2014/05/15/les-nanomateriaux-ces-ennemis-invisibles-mais-omnipresents_4418874_3244.

La toxicité des nanomatériaux confirmée par une étude américaine: http://www.lemonde.fr/planete/article/2013/05/07/la-toxicite-des-nanomateriaux-confirmee-par-une-etude-americaine_3172367_3244.html#tfQkV9Ej76TpzgGE.99

Alerte sur les dangers du dioxyde de titane E171, un additif alimentaire très courant: http://www.lemonde.fr/sante/article/2017/01/20/alerte-sur-les-dangers-du-dioxyde-de-titane-un-additif-alimentaire-tres-courant_5066297_1651302.html#PR6wG9iqAhK4fx5s.99

Les nanomatériaux, un nouveau défi pour la santé des salariés:
http://www.lemonde.fr/planete/article/2011/09/15/les-nanomateriaux-un-nouveau-defi-pour-la-sante-des-salaries_1572711_3244.html#g7tZobV2wERaEtb6.99

This App Deciphers Food Labels So You Can See Just How Healthy They Are To Eat – Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/lucysherriff/2019/10/30/this-app-deciphers-food-labels-so-you-can-see-just-how-healthy-they-are-to-eat/#5e2a20a61121

Comment l’application Yuka a forcé Intermarché à modifier ses recettes – France Inter: https://www.franceinter.fr/yuka-l-application-qui-force-intermarche-a-revoir-ses-recettes

Yuka, l’app pour mieux manger, barbouille la grande distribution – Sputnik: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_yjQfBPiWxHtvyZ-Qg_nOg

French supermarket chain to remove additives using phone app that rates products – Euronews: https://www.euronews.com/2019/09/20/french-supermarket-chain-to-remove-additives-using-phone-app-that-rates-products


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‘Dirty meat’: Shocking hygiene failings discovered in US pig and chicken plantsThe Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/animals-farmed/2018/feb/21/dirty-meat-shocking-hygiene-failings-discovered-in-us-pig-and-chicken-plants

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Ex: La Ruche qui dit oui: https://laruchequiditoui.fr/fr

Oh! You’ve got coconut oil!

Yes, we use it to make our own Nutella because we do not want to say no to the kids all the time. I mean how can you tell them no Nutella. So we use cashew and nut purees with chocolate and we don’t add any sugar as they are eating it on a brioche which comes from the shop and already has tons of sugar. It’s very good. We sometimes add sugar sprinkles to make the kids happy.

Must be. We’re making our deodorant with the coconut oil.

Sounds good.

You can use it on dry hair as well. You know, I’m washing my hair with eggs and so, when you rinse it, the water should not be too hot. My daughter does not want to try she’s so scared she’ll have an omelette on her head.

We use beer.

That should work well too. We should try sometimes.

Unless you drink it! I have to buy beer he doesn’t like otherwise he drinks all of them and I have none left for my hair….

Well you know, at first you think, I’ll drink just one beer so I’ll leave one for her, but after you have actually drunk that beer, you just drink the other one…. What about your deodorant? How do you make it?

Well, you know. We mix shea butter and baking soda and coconut oil. Oh yes, and we add pine oil because it’s got antiseptic virtues.

Does it melt when it’s hot?

The Sinosauropteryx is the smallest dinosaur. It’s even smaller than you.

Oh! Really! And, tell me is the Argentinosaurus the richest…

It is even smaller than me. And the Argentinosaurus weighs 80 tonnes…

Oh! Like Daddy!

No! No, no.

And, the Argentinosaurus is the richest…

NoOOO!! Dinosaures don’t have money. Some are carnivores, some are herbivores and some are omn… omni…omnivorous….

He’s gone, looking for the scales… a Well, shea butter melts when it’s hot. But you use only a very small quantity, so it’s no problem…

And we’ve never had any problems on shirts either… I mean, spots on the armpits.

Do you think I can use essential oil of lavender instead of pine oil.

I have no clue. Why?

Because I have some. I use it for my laundry. We have the kind of hair that lice like, except for my bald sweetheart of course, …

They don’t like me….

But, I do, darling.

So how do you use it?

I put it in the washing liquid. So everything I wash smells lavender, towels, scarves, sheets…. Not a strong smell for us but insufferable for lice…

It works so well. We usually have lice four or five times each year, one of us, not everybody each time, and last year, we had it only twice.

So, it is efficient. In the old days, people used to put dry lavender in cupboards.

Yes, that’s exactly it. Schools should recommend simple stuffs like this… Well, could you send me your deodorant recipe, please? I’m really interested.

I’m sending you the link on whatsapp right now.

Thank you.

You know, when I was young… I come from a family who was fascinated by industry and they thought that with the new products, thanks to progress, all these products were cheaper and more efficient….

Of course not! These recipes have been transmitted from generations to generations. Of course they are efficient….

Exactly. It’s a lie!

It’s less efficient.

Yes when I started using natural products and checking on recipes, I thought it would be less efficient.

But it is the opposite. They are so much more efficient and not expensive either. Especially if you consider all those luxury products sold at the hairdresser or at the beautician. Well, you do not end up beautiful all the time with these beauticians!

They are more efficient but not at first. You need a little time to have it work.

And also to adapt the recipe to you.

And then you can’t stand chemicals products. They are too aggressive.

And the sense of being clean is different. When you use industrial products, you feel clean right away, even the first time. But after a few hours, you don’t. You feel you should use it again. It is the opposite with natural products. You don’t feel clean at first but you feel comfortable in the long run.

It’s all a lie.

Aurianne Or

How to Make Natural Homemade Deodorant – Wellness Mama: https://wellnessmama.com/1523/natural-deodorant/

– One amongst many online shops: https://www.aroma-zone.com

– J’aime mes cheveux d’Elodie-Joy Jaubert, éditions la plage.