Food Health Revolution
We agree. We’re participating. You too can join the food revolution.
It’s no surprise to us that America is considered the unhealthiest country in the world by numerous measures. Just look at how we view food in the US: most of the time food is an inconvenience to us, and eating is something we do quickly so we can return to what we’re supposed to be doing. And while fresh, local food was somewhat common 30 years ago, processed, additive-packed food now makes up a substantial part of our supermarkets. How can food become a cherished part of culture in that context?
In this video English chef and TV personality Jamie Oliver confronts this problem while making the case for an all-out assault on our ignorance of food – specifically the ignorance we systematically give our children by not teaching them about food in public schools. in.gredients is especially supportive of Jamie’s mission to improve unhealthy diets and poor eating habits in the US and in his native UK. With collective effort from businesses, government, and the community, we can educate ourselves about what good food is and how to eat it – and literally make ourselves healthier.
Check out Jamie on ABC’s Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution), which follows his grassroots campaign to help the US fight obesity by changing eating habits.