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Earth Day Reminders with Ferm Fatale’s Julie Cielo

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The theme for Earth Day 2021 is “Restore Our Earth,” an attitude and response that says “Humans should work harder to help restore Mother Earth to her former glory.”

According to a statement released on the Earth Day official website, The theme is based on the emerging concept that rejects the idea that our only options to save the planet are to mitigate or adapt to the impacts of climate change and other environmental damage. Scientists, non-governmental organizations, business, and governments worldwide are now looking at natural system processes and emerging green technologies to restore the world’s ecosystems and forests, conserve and rebuild soils, improve farming practices, restore wildlife populations and rid the world’s oceans of plastics.”

Julie Cielo, founder of Ferm Fatale, the world’s first probiotic mocktail brand, couldn’t agree more with the Earth Day 2021 theme. As a former yoga therapist and transformational life coach, she understands all too well how deeply healing nature can be. But that power is slowly being stripped away by many societal daily practices.

This is why, for Earth Day 2021, Cielo would like to share a little reminder with everyone. 

“Do your part. Everyday. You have a candy wrapper or a receipt you need to get rid of? Wait until you see a trash can. Or better yet, bring it home and segregate. If you can, be a plant parent. Conserve energy. Use reusable containers. Opt for brands that have adapted green practices. Donate to organizations that help fight climate change.”

“Most of us have this notion that our small, everyday choices do not make an impact. It’s time we realize that they in fact do. There’s roughly around 7.8 billion people in the world today. Imagine if each of us did our part to help protect and restore nature. You don’t have to be a billionaire who rallies people towards the green movement to make a difference. Just by consciously choosing to do the right thing, you are making the biggest difference you can.”

Ferm Fatale is a social revolution helping health conscious individuals feel included and rewarded for their smart choices while socializing. At the core of the brand is a mission to raise the bar by offering an all-natural, healthy alternative to typical sugar and calorie-filled social beverages; one that contains good bacteria, enzymes, yeast, and naturally occurring digestive acids. Regular consumption of Ferm Fatale’s delicious probiotic mocktails coupled with a healthy lifestyle shift is proven to provide a myriad of health benefits including alleviating symptoms of acne, acid reflux, brain fog, and hair loss, among many others.

During the brand’s founding, Cielo was very adamant in making sure that her brand is as green as possible, even going the extra mile by opting for reusable, recyclable glass bottles instead of the more inexpensive plastic ones.

Ferm Fatale is available at the following Erewhon Market branches: Calabasas, Los Angeles, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Silverlake, and Venice. You can also find it at the following Metropolitan Market branches: Kirkland, Magnolia, Mercer Island, Queen Anne, Sammamish, Sand Point, Tacoma, and West Seattle. Rainbow Acres in L.A. and Marigold in Marina Del Rey also carry the brand. To learn more about or make an online purchase of Ferm Fatale, visit https://www.fermfatale.com.

Heather DeSantis is the CEO and Founder of Publicity for Good (PFG) and Good Side News. Former Miss Ohio International, she leads the firm with a mission to partner with companies who are committed to making the world a better place. Heather has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Entrepreneur, iHeart Media, Business Insider, MSN, Forbes and Inside Edition for her life of living and working full time from an Airstream travel trailer with her fiance Austin.

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