Great article: Health Care Savings Could Start in the Cafeteria
One of my favorite lines: “We need to put food back in the heart of health care,” says Zoe Finch Totten, Full Yield*’s chief executive. “It’s the cheapest way to deal with health and the simplest, and definitely the most pleasurable.”
*Full Yield, Inc. offers assistance in improving your health and quality of life beginning with food. They offer a 12-month practical, effective and scientifically-backed plan to reduce, reverse, and prevent chronic diseases, which are caused by diet and lifestyle. I really love this approach to public health and I hope that it starts to have a greater impact on people and policy!