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While the average person can probably hold off eating red meat for a few weeks or months, Bianca Araneta-Elizalde has been doing just that for over twenty years now. “I still eat seafood and poultry, so I’m not a full-fledged vegetarian,” she quips. Bianca also hasn’t had a single drop of alcohol or soda in a long time; one can imagine how clean and healthy her diet is.

These choices go beyond making simple dietary decisions or following trends—in fact, one can say that Bianca has championed clean eating even before colorful açai bowls and chia puddings became in vogue. Instead, these decisions underscore her unwavering commitment toward sustainable living to nurture herself, her family, and the environment.

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