One of the most remarkable talks I heard this year wasn’t about health care. It was about food. Of course, food is very, very closely related to health and health is at least tangentially related to health care.
So I invited Alan Greene of drgreene.com (who is a friend and has spoken at a couple of Health 2.0 Conferences) to tell me about the new book, Raising Baby Green. It really is a potential way to change how Americans (and everyone else) eat, and to use the most important years (the ones we can’t remember!) to do it.
Most importantly Alan is starting a viral campaign to get this information into the hands of expectant mothers. For anyone who knows an expectant mum or someone who might be one someday, this book is very important. And the message needs to get out and get mainstream quickly.
Here’s the interview in which Alan explains how to feed kids right, and we do a little plotting in how to get this into mainstream child-raising.
Categories: Matthew Holt
All fast food eateries should be removed from society. I heard that in NYC foods containing sodium will be reduced. Eat at home with the family–“home cooking” or like the Food network’s Sandra Lee “semi-homemade” is a better choice. The family can all help cook which will bring closeness and more harmony to the American family who really doesn’t communicate enjoyably with each other…