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|Sara Cathrine Redmond|
20 July 1976 |
Ann Arbor, Michigan
|Other names||Sara Snow|
Snow discusses global warming, the harmful effects of meat production, the benefits of recycling, the environmental benefit of going organic, the vegetarian ethic and to a lesser extent the ethics of veganism. She is a strong supporter of the Gaia hypothesis.
Redmond was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Tim and Pattie Redmond. Her parents are credited with helping to bring the natural food movement to America, to help mainstream "alternative" foods, such as soy milk, through their company Eden Foods.
The Redmonds put great emphasis on the concept "you are what you eat". They wanted their children to eat as healthily and as naturally as possible. This concept is later explored in Sara's speeches and on Get Fresh with Sara Snow. The family believes that eating a raw foods diet, with foods grown close to where one lives, is better for the body and the environment.
- McCormick, Meghan (April 2008). "Can Sara Save the World?". Indianapolis Monthly: 104–9.
- Gustafson, Amy Carlson (19 April 2008). "Armchair environmentalists need only reach for the remote". St. Paul Pioneer Press. Retrieved 27 March 2011.
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