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11 Products Perfect for the Eco-Friendly Athlete 1. BRITA MONTEREY PITCHER WITH LONGLAST FILTER $39.99 Go BPA-free with this reusable pitcher that comes with a filter 3. FAIR HARBOR THE BOARDSHORT $68 Would you believe these swim trunks are made from 11 plastic water bottles? They’re 4. ECO. This seasonal transition is the perfect time to renew our commitment to self-care, health, and wellbeing. Eco-friendly, organic, recycled, Fair Labor Certified, Green profit, people, and planet. The brand’s mission incorporates building the best products for those who love the great outdoors while also caring for the environment.

5 Products Perfect for the Eco-Friendly Athlete. cyberflexing. A lot of athletes use nature as the perfect place to do their workouts. And the inevitable part is to start thinking about saving it, which is why many decide to become eco-friendly athletes. If you are not really sure what that means, or you want to go on that journey yourself. Using merino wool and other natural fibers allow these athletes to have a durable, long-lasting piece of clothing that doesn’t need to be ironed and can be worn longer – despite the sweat.

Perfect for the 21st century athletic minimalist. Their products are wholly manufactured in. The recent article by Jennifer Nini on the adidas x Parley collaboration on the upcycled sustainable running shoes has generated a lot of interest. And rightfully so as each pair of the adidas UltraBOOST Parley and UltraBOOST X saves at least 11 plastic bottles from being dumped into the world’s oceans. Overlay this with the 9.7% athletic footwear global market share of the Adidas brand.

With winter around the corner for some of us, and summer for others, it’s time to get active! We have selected some of the best eco-friendly, ethical, and sustainable activewear labels to get you moving in the last of the sunshine, or to start your summer body prep!Athlete’s Best® Premium Supplements are created using the highest quality ingredients. We wish you the best of health, happiness, and success throughout 2020 and beyond!

Please click the product to see our discounted quantity prices. When it comes to fashion, eco-friendly generally equals sweat-unfriendly.But a new crop of companies are turning that assumption on its hea. This mat is perfect for your home gym. It comes with two holes for wall-mounted hanging, and can be purchased in two different thicknesses (5/8″.

They use eco-friendly, low-impact dyes, biodegradable fabric softeners and wash their clothing with reclaimed water. Their eco-friendly packaging saves 2,100 trees, 400 cubic yards of landfill, 860k gallons of water, and 120 tons of CO2 annually. My top picks are the eco-fleece hoodie and the french terry shorts.

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6 brands make eco-friendly fashionable.

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from Sustainable Fashion Supply Chain Management: From Sourcing to Retailing
by Tsan-Ming Choi, T. C. Edwin Cheng
Springer International Publishing, 2015

And, thousands of companies have found it necessary to direct their R&D efforts towards finding ecologically superior products such as Sear’s phosphate free laundry detergent, Pepsi cola’s biodegradable plastic soft drink bottle (Pearce and Robinson).

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And these are products that health-conscious consumers commonly buy and bring into our homes, kitchens, bathrooms, beds, and bodies—including air fresheners, dryer sheets, shampoo, bar soap, floor cleaner, sunscreen, and toothpaste.

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Water filtration, energy efficiency, and the use of eco-friendly and healthy products top the list.

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by Roy Dittmann
Balboa Press, 2012

Almost all of these products are eco-labeled to attract environmentally

“Handbook of Lead-Free Solder Technology for Microelectronic Assemblies” by Karl J. Puttlitz, Kathleen A. Stalter
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by Karl J. Puttlitz, Kathleen A. Stalter
CRC Press, 2004

One of the products that is getting a lot of interest is biodegradable diapers.

“Green Project Management” by Richard Maltzman, David Shirley
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Careful evaluation of these products can lead to more responsible choices that decrease the environmental footprint of the prac­tice and help push the manufacturing and distribution stream to be more environmentally friendly.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Some of the chemicals identified include triclosan in antibacterial soap; phthalates in plastics; titanium dioxide used in sunscreen; and acrylamide, which is found in french fries, coffee, some cereals, bread crust, and roasted nuts.

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white TV sets Home freezers Steam irons Water Softeners Automatic rin coffee makers Clothes dryers Record players Power lawnmowers Room air.

“Advertising Management” by Batra
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Insect repellents and the efficacy of sunscreens.

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  • How is the quip toothbrush sustainable? Aren’t the replaceable heads plastic??

    Also, how do you consciously dispose of the nuud deo tube?

  • Has anyone used the Episoketren System to improve your soccer skills? Simply just do a google search. On there you will discover that a great tips about how exactly you can improve your soccer skills. Why not give it a chance? maybe it’ll work for you too.

  • About the Covid19, I just can workout at home, I have used it for almost two weeks and it works well. It definitely helps me keep fit during this quarantine period.

    Hoping the Covid19 will end soon, that we can go out and don’t worry.
    This is the link I bought my resistance bands set


  • For those who immediately bash people in the Internet or social media just because they are not aware or educated of zero-waste lifestyle but does not provide solution or better suggestion SHADE! ��������

  • A lazy way to clean your straw (if it’s really impossible to get to the sink or you are extremely lazy) is to use it to drink your own plain water!

  • i think stores should implement eco friendly items in a bigger way, such as not selling plastic bags to customers and selling paper/cloth ones instead and the same for restaurants, they should give discounts for bringing your own takeaway bag or metal straw for example

  • Lol stretchbands with a weight in it? XD you cant say green is 20 red is 50 and so on… the futher you stretch the more resistance it wil give.. its a whole diffrent thing to lift 20 kg then to stretch a elastic to 20kg of resistance.

  • Thank you for this video!!! I work at a large retailer that stocks so many of these products, and I get so disillusioned by the fact that we sell THOUSANDS of reusable bags with designs on them, but I get maybe a handful of individual customers who bother to ever bring them back for future shopping. Literally less than 2-3 per month. We’ve also started selling SO MANY metal straws in (you guessed it) plastic packaging. Our local thrift store already has a glass FULL of metal straws on the counter.

  • I make my shopping bags out of pillowcases I find dumpster diving or thrifting; especially the cute and colorful cartoon ones.
    I put a pillowcase on each side so it’s reversible and interface them with fabrics I find dumpster diving. I patch them as they wear a hole which adds to their charm, I think. People ask me to make them for them and I suggest they give me their kids old sheets or clothes to make them. You can line the with old stained denim for strength too; denim is great to put in the handles as well if you don’t reuse webbing straps or some such. I rarely throw any bits of fabric or yarn away, I’ll find a way to reuse it!

  • Great tips for home workout. But for me only you need at home is resistance band set. Great thing, its simple to use and you dont need to go at gym. I got my at trainhome shop (check on Google) they are awesome.��

  • I love that you are giving attention to cutting down on waste and setting a good example for viewers of all ages. Not enough influencers are in my opinion.

  • I need to get these items and I’ve bought one thing to cover my bowl so that food don’t go bad. Where do you get your things from?

  • Hi Alyssia. I have a question or suggestion. I’m a disabled woman with limited mobility. I am gaining weight always due to hormonal issues and lack of movement. I dont know how to lose weight when I genuinely eat mostly during the day healthy foods like fish and veg. I’m at a loss. Please can you help me xx

  • Thinking about buying these, can somebody please give me honest feedback if they have this product?? Would be a great help. Been seeing some comments on Amazon warning that these break easily & are useless. Any opinions?

  • Hi, great job! I just wanted to point out that if you use some product in glass and then recycle it (instead of upcycling) then actually it hardy more environmentally friendly than using a product in plastic and then recycling it. The same goes for tin packaging (like the toothpaste in the video).

    It may seem controversial, but it’s because of production of glass and aluminium requires more water and produces more greenhouse gases, also since glass and aluminium cans are heavier than plastic, their transportation leaves greater carbon footprint as well. Recycling of glass also takes more water and energy than the recycling of plastic.

    So, unfortunately, it is not that easy as just “not use plastic!”, but people almost never talk about it.

    I personally decided to opt for plastic packaging that is easily recyclable where I can’t go zero-waste or with reusables. That means no mixed materials, no pumps or sprays for beauty products.

    P.S. Also just a quick notion that even though I absolutely love your glass containers for food in the fridge, if one uses the same plastic containers to store food for like 10 years and then recycles them it is just as good:)

  • hey “RepFlex Fitness Bands” on facebook has ripped clips of this to make it look like you’re supporting their company FYI
    i just got ads from them but recognized you so wanted to verify the company

  • I have a kid and yeah I’m always talking about the toys which I never or hardly mentioned in the zero waste videos and elitist. The silicone ziplock bags are great and the suction silicone lids I can use for everything. I have those produce bags I have been using and they are great

  • Shu even though you didn’t developed the taste for miswak… please don’t make fun of it…. you are hurting Muslim people’s feelings

  • Growing up, I learned to reuse a lot of plastic containers like old yogurt containers and cookie tin cans. I remember my grandmother also used old coffee cans for plants. Kind of makes them cute in a quirky way. I need to do a better job at reducing single use bags and such. Thanks for the tips!

  • You don’t need to buy expensive bees wrap, just make it on your own! �� My mom made some sheets for my grandma, my sister in law, herself and me as Christmas presents. All you need is bees wax, some coconut oil, fabric (don’t buy new one, ask at your local fabric seller for small pieces that are left over or ask friends and neighbours who like to sew) and an oven or an iron. You find many recipes online, maybe you have to experiment a little but which one works out for you and your fabric. Making them yourself saves you a ton of money and you don’t have to think about presents for next Christmas, too ��

  • I’m not sure about the biodegradable trash bags you have but the ones I get in Australia, if I leave it too long before taking out the garbage and there’s something wet in there, they often have already started disintegrating! So they do biodegrade when they go to the landfill that’s not saying that they’re good for the environment but it’s better than normal plastic bags that will be there for years

  • I’ve been using washable pads for over 2 years now and I love them. The store bought pads were giving me a painful contact rash, especially during humid weather. When out and about, I use a sealed nappy pouch to store the used cloths until I get them home. I don’t even bother with rinsing, just pop them into a small lidded container (nappy bucket) with some vinegar water and let them soak. I wash in earth choice washing liquid and rinse with vinegar instead of fabric softener. Everything is hygienic and comfortable. I’ve never endured another rash.

  • sometimes, I see really adorable reusable bags, but I manage to resist and think. I should continue using the ones I already have. I’ll go ahead and replace it when it gives up on me.

  • You should probably not say that vegan leather products are “not worth it,” surely they are worth the life of the animal who has to suffer to be turned into shoes. There are definitely high quality vegan leathers out there, at prices you would find for shoes made of animal skin, and some are cheaper, although I’d agree there’s room for more innovation. In the mean time though, it’s definitely not worth it to kill animals for clothing, but that doesn’t mean leather is not an eco-friendly product either. There are also other materials to use for shoes, wallets, and belts.

  • should try the period cups. I changed to that these two months and I personally think it’s amazing. Think it’s much more convenient compared to other options, to be honest.

  • I really like unpacked (l hope it’s the right spelling ��) and l wish it was available in the country l live. Because l am also a big fan of eco friendly products, and reducing the plastic….��

  • Zero waste is important because less plastic and garage is going into the water and impacting our ecosystem. Thank you for sharing your must have eco items!

  • the drink bag is very interesting��
    BUT if anyone is looking for reusable bubble tea CUPS with lids that fit the bbt straw, i highly suggest you give @reusablebbtcup on ig a look!!! they’re on etsy and they ship worldwide♻️��

  • Actually I will bring my tumbler to buy cold drinks instead of bag. I also re-use my plastic straw given by the retailer, found that it also can use quite a lot of times. I will use mesh bag or washing net to buy fruits, and bring container to buy food.

  • This video is great! Thank you so much for sharing! I bought the silicone bowl covers too and they are absolutely my favorite new reuseable thing. I tried out three months ago and just bought a pack of six which should be enough for my use. Another reusable thing is the large cotton napkins that can also get used as paper towels, dishcloths, and a sponge replacement (folded up). I’ve also been in the habit of reusing packaging until it’s time to be recycled. This has always been my 2nd food storage solution (after jars) and it works great!
    I respect you so much for addressing the “privilege card”! Others really need to understand that it’s not possible to teach someone if the teacher is aggressive and bullying the potential student. It just provokes further aggression. Especially since the aggressor doesn’t know anything about that person’s life and finances. Instead, if they treat them with understanding and kindness and approach it more as an educator, people are more likely to be open-minded and listen to what’s being said. After that, they are also free to make their own decision and we should respect that, not criminalize them. We are also free to continue showing them our lifestyle and the benefits that come with it in a way that doesn’t feel pushy. When people display hateful behavior for a positive movement, it dramatically diminishes the core values.

  • I think we should turn minimalist and lead simple living. Watch what you buy and only buy if you cannot live with our it. I now realize why Gandhi is also called mahatma.

  • I agree with most of these. However, I have to disagree on the sandwich bags. As a mom who packs lunches for 3 kids with dietary restrictions EVERY day, and doesn’t buy individually packaged foods for them to pack, reusable sandwich and snack bags are definitely worth it.

  • Eco-friendly living is important to me because I live near the Great Lakes! Throughout the years I have watched the lakes change. In recent years I’ve seen an increase in litter and the unusual rise and fall of the water level.��

  • Just saying, in case you guys want to get this bands for workout, my friend still have it athletewish.com he gave me discount code “FRIEND5” for me, idk but maybe the code works for you too

  • I can’t support the reusable pads or period underwears. Clothes and cotton materials are tend to get bacterias and it can be harmful for your body and can cause many diseases.

  • I personally prefer to use menstrual cups more than reusable pads, since pads won’t dry fast enough when I need to change it. Also menstrual cups are perfect for traveling, you can use it just after washed, and change it as much as you want.

  • SUPER helpful and great choices!
    I also did a similar video on my page about my Amazon faves that aren’t mason jars.
    check me out <3

  • You’ll have to try the bar shampoos from lush. It is slightly more pricy but they have a really good range and it smells good too! Singapore lush is actually much more expensive. I’ve bought it when I travel overseas and they are much cheaper.

  • Just purchased the “Ylife” resistance band set. Comes without the loop bands. Looking forward to getting these as my home workouts with 35 pound dumbbells were getting stale. Hoping the quality is good. For 60$ it seemed like a bargain. Fingers crossed. Great channel buy the way. I’ll be coming back for tips on how to use these bands.

  • Youre using WAY too much toothpaste if youre going through a whole tube in 3-4 weeks. You DO NOT need more than a pea sized amount.

  • Getting tupperware/other items you need at thrift stores and other used stores will be cheaper and avoids them becoming waste. I also keep an eye out for reusable straws, ziplock bags, ect. at TJMaxx where it is usually cheaper than buying them online. Just remember, using what you have is just as if not more important than going out and buying new things.

  • i think sampoo could be sold in a big jar and you squeezeinto your container to buy like how they would sell honey in those stores

  • This guy looks like he spent all his money on meth, burnt bridges with all friends and sponsors so this is his last chance to get it right haha.

  • Summary of video to reflect on:)
    1. Don’t constantly buy new reusable bags.
    2. Don’t buy sea sponge sponges because they are a threatened species and not very sustainable.
    3. Don’t buy tons of “green” cleaning products. DIY All purpose products are much more eco-friendly.
    4. Don’t use biodegradable plastics because a lot are only biodegradable in industrial compost facilities so they might end up in the landfill.
    5. A lot of make up wipes claim to be flush able or sustainable but aren’t. Try to use own cloths or reusable wipes.
    6. Try to avoid reusable bags for specific things b/c it’s a waste of money and can only be used for certain things.
    7. A lot of sustainable vegan leathers don’t do that well and aren’t as sustainable or durable as they claim to be.
    8. Diamonds that claim to be ethically mined usually aren’t and if you are looking to buy a diamond try buying lab grown diamonds or secondhand.
    9. Electronics are very unsustainable. Try buying secondhand or just really durable long lasting ones where you can replace parts to get maximum use.
    10. “Biodegradable” trash bags usually aren’t worth the money but some are better than others.
    11. Natural detox products are mostly expensive and not worth it so try to find alternatives or DIYs.

  • Reusable straws are very convenient and easy to carry around! I like to have iced coffee/tea/juice, but using a new straw every time is such a waste and harmful to the environment. I have used reusable straws for nearly a year now they’re great and affordable! All that I need to do is wash them when I get home, and then they’re ready to be used again. ��

  • workout resistance band best thing ever for home workout its awesome get one for urself at some store or at store where i get it trainhome.shop

  • I have been making an active effort to switch to using my stasher bags for all my lunches! I work with kids and see all the baggies they and my coworkers use! Now my coworkers think my stasher bags are cool and fun and want them for themselves! Just spreading awareness and shaping peoples daily’s impression of sustainable living ❤️

  • A big consideration in my cleaning supplies is the smell, and straight up destroying bacteria in my kitchen and bath. Vinegar doesn’t really do it for me.

    Consider your first two Rs: reduce your consumption (by not buying things if your things are serviceable) and reuse goods (stop buying new things when ever you can buy them as secondhand items or reuse what you have), instead of just recycling

    Also with vegan leather, you are buying a look, not sustainability. Go with sturdy, not fashionable.

  • OMG Lucie Fink! So glad to have you back! Can you do another 50 dollar a week budget or this time strive for 40 or 30 (transportation not included)? Thanks girl!

  • I love the silicone lunch box bag but I live in Germany and can´t find anything like it in stores or online? does someone have a link where I can buy something like it? I love the bag shape. any help would be great

  • Plastic bags can break down into tiny pieces, but the pieces remain. They go down our rivers into the ocean where
    sea creatures and birds eat them. Whales, fish, birds, seals have been found dead with lots of plastic in their stomachs.
    Read the book “The Plastic Ocean” for an awakening.

  • Some towns in states only allow to use the trash bags approved by the town aka the blue plastic bags. trash men literally won’t take it if it’s not the town approved bags.

  • No, I’m not the “plastic police” but it annoys the crap out of me when coworkers throw a bunch of recyclable items in the garbage when the HUGE blue recycling bin with it’s HUGE white recycling logo is two inches away. Really people, how hard is it???

  • You realize that buying anything from amazon totally defeats the purpose of being eco friendly?? Buying products online and having them shipped to you creates a massive carbon footprint.

  • If I don’t have my personal coffee cup with me, I just skip my Starbucks coffee. I realized I obviously didn’t need it. And, I always have my refillable water bottle. You are right. Less sugar is better. I teach my kids to be mindful of all the plastics that are out there. The one thing we need to work on is to bring our own containers for takeouts.

  • I love these ideas, thanks! Ha ha nothing can be more irritating than a born-again eco-warrior, and you explained this so nicely for those of us who want to take small steps but who may also feel overwhelmed and jaded about the possibilities for actually having an impact. thank you!

  • Try menstrual cup. It changed my life. U can swim with it u can dance, it is very convenient. I had five of them. But my favorite is intimnia. U cannot feel it at all and save s much money and turtles. U can check it out for urself.

  • I became a pescetarian a few years ago and have been looking to become more sustainable in my living habits. I love making little changes in my lifestyle to help the environment because it just makes me feel better about my daily life �� i was already scared to death by my environmental studies class and even though i can only do little, I might as well live sustainably than not… if that makes sense

  • I bought a cheap second hand bed sheet and sewed my produce bags. You can also cut up some rags which are great for doing small cleaning jobs around the house and can be washed again. There are definitely cheaper options!

  • I LOVE Grove Collaborative! The walnut scrubbers and coconut scrubbers are great for dishes. The Method laundry detergent in Mango Ginger ����❤

  • I think biodegradable trash bag still better option than normal plastic. I think it must still eventually degrade way quicker than plastic does regardless of how unsuitable landfill conditions are in comparison..

  • I just want to leave a friendly reminder that most people who are trying to be more sustainable, don’t do it all in one setting. In addition, although some stuff is on the pricey side, you have to consider how much money you are saving in the long run. Yes that stashed bags was $20, but if you take good care of it & are able to use it for years, it was less expensive than buying ziploc bags for those same years. Also, you have to keep in mind that just because you are buying things to help minimize your use of plastic, you can’t be surprised when it comes in plastic wrapping from amazon. A lot of sustainable brands, unlike Amazon, do not use plastic wrapping. I have added a link, though, to still use amazon without so much plastic wrapping! https://vm.tiktok.com/JFFbgWw/

  • Just a sec… Do you really need to buy trash bags? I live in northern Italy and I’m very proud about our system: you have to pay the annual fee, but you can get your trash bags for “free”. Each pack of bags has a special code (so… if you don’t separate trash well, you will be punished). You have to separate all your trash: plastic, paper, organic, glass, metal and “other” and every week they collect your trash once or twice, next to the door of your house. It’s a great system!!!

  • I just started a website that sells stainless steel water bottles and glass bottles to eliminate plastic water bottles check it out: https://www.sweatdriven.com

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  • I’ve got Stasher bags for my sous vide, they are hella expansive, but it’s more reasonable then a vacuum sealing machine for me, but I’m a little unhappy with the size and the quality of the seal (don’t get me wrong, they stay closed and nothing gets in, but a lot of air stays in when you close them). I’ve never used them for anything else (as of yet).

  • 5 set toning tube want to buy during this lockdown, Amazon is delivering, guys please tell me how the quality, because it kight be sponsored, which one is better Strong fit or Upowex

  • I think the point of a cotton bag being better than plastic is that they won’t break down into an irreversible micro plastic problem.

  • When it comes to detox products I highly recommend kidneys and a liver. I got mine for free and they work so well, even after 23 years of continuous use!

  • I find the beeswax wraps don’t work well, but I will use to wrap a dry sandwich for work. In regards to the straw. Why can’t you put your lips on the glass and drink?

  • Caption: Our recumbent friend is displaying simple maths: if we’re talking watts per kilo, increase the kilos and you have more watts.