Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day is Saturday, May 19. This is your chance for you to help put an end to childhood obesity and an end to the preventable obesity epidemic that is escalating healthcare costs and budget deficits worldwide. You can make a difference by connecting with your community through events at schools, restaurants, local businesses, dinner parties and farmers’ markets. Since 1990, Slender For Life™ has taken a stand for real food: food that was dug from the ground, picked off a plant, bush or tree. Take a stand for real food and reform your healthcare. Each of us individually and collectively can reverse and end the epidemic of obesity.
Food Revolution Day
Worldwide, obesity has more than doubled since 1980. For the first time in history, being overweight is killing more people than being underweight, and at least 2.8 million adults around the world die each year as a result of being overweight or obese. This has to change, and it’s down to us. We need to get back to basics and start thinking about where our food comes from. We need to become a conscious community and understand the food choices we make on a daily basis. We can do this by improving food education.
Encouraging people to cook from scratch at home is at the heart of this. We all have family and friends who could make better food choices. On Food Revolution Day we can work together to empower people with the skills to improve their diet. Making simple changes to our food choices will improve our quality of life and our children’s. Forty-two million children under five are already obese and we need to reverse this. Let’s make some noise, raise our voices together and have a lasting and positive impact on their lives and ours. Food Revolution Day is our opportunity to get the world to focus on food issues and rally our efforts to bring food education back into schools.
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What about you? Are you ready to take a stand and fight obesity by reforming your own healthcare? With the projection that 42% of us will be obese by 2030 and the estimated health care cost of $147 Billion per year we cannot continue this madness. Obesity and its resulting diseases are preventable.
Eating real food such as a plant-based diet can improve your health and help you lose weight and keep it off. Cooking from scratch at home can be simple, easy, quick, affordable, healthy and taste great. At Slender For Life™ I have a collection of over 14,000 free healthy recipes. You can find great taste and health by clicking here.
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