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Revolutionizing The Way We Think About Food

by Hayley Samuelson

March 3, 2014

“Almost all of our students spoke of serious cases of obesity, diabetes and other diet related diseases in their families,” Deb and Carolyn say. “Through our students’ experience, a story emerged of a society that is overfed yet undernourished, one in which individuals struggle with a food and health crisis, but lack the awareness and knowledge necessary to make healthier choices.”

The success of any revolution depends on educated and engaged constituents. To join the FoodFight, register your school, donate or volunteer.

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Revolutionizing The Way We Think About Food