One of the biggest obstacles towards a healthy lifestyle (not to mention an ethical one!) is sifting through all the misinformation. We grow up with one set of food traditions, and encounter a million different messages: low-fat, low-cost, low-carb, brain food, organic etc etc. Many people describe being told contradictory messaging from one group or era and some conclude “well everything will kill you, so just eat what tastes good”
What if what tastes good, also looked good, was good for you, and didn’t break your bank?
This project was designed to help doctors, patients and the general public start to examine the various ways that healthy living can be desirable, not restrictive, and also environmentally and ethically beneficial! In it comparisons are made between calories, cost, time prep and more. Enjoy!
FoodLiteracy– an instructional guide to open the conversation about our food choices.