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Friday, 26 May 2017

Take Back Your Plate | Jenni Calihan | TEDxYouth@Shadyside

Published on May 25, 2017
The revolution starts in your grocery cart. How we eat affects our health, but in our battle against obesity and diabetes, we seem to have forgotten what everyone seemed to know just a few short generations ago: how to eat a healthy diet. We're charmed by vintage decor; now we can be armed with vintage eating. A return to real, whole, full-fat foods, with fewer sugars and processed starches, is the easiest—and most delicious—way back to health and wellness.

Jenni Calihan is the founder of Eat the Butter, a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the word about real-food-more-fat eating. Help us ignite a mother-to-mother movement to combat chronic disease.



only slightly confused said...

That was fantastic. How I wish I could convince my daughter to change her eating habits. I know it has helped me immeasurably and it could do so much for her and my grandies. Thanks so much for posting this.

Jenn Jilks said...

I really think that it's more that we aren't up and about as much. Then, living longer. My client, 93, cannot do as much as she could before,
And me, I wrecked my knee and foot. I was sedentary! It was awful!

happyone said...

Just seems like common sense to me.

Conniecrafter said...

I have totally given up white break but I still eat the Ezekiel bread, I just can't imagine not having toast ever again in the mornings :(

Mary Kirkland said...

I think it's good to have a list when you go to the store and stick to t as much as possible.