Events like this give me hope for the future and reinforce how proud I am of my husband, our peers and our shared passion to serve and heal through food, community and movement.
Photo 1: Henry, moderating a panel “Cooking with Healing & Healthy Ingredients” at Hunter College food Policy Center @nycfoodpolicy for Food as Medicine Summit
Photo 2: Featuring (right to left) @joypierson from @candlecafe, Paul Lightfoot of @bright_farms, Richard Lamarita from @naturalgourmetinstitute & Galen Foulois of @restorefood and Jonathan Cetnarski also of NGI.
Thank you, Henry and Joy for the shout-outs, I appreciate your acknowledgment(s). Not on this panel, but delivering Keynote & also moderating (sorry I missed your gig) were Dr. Rob Graham of @freshmednyc & Julie Graham @positivelypsyched >>Compelling closing remarks by Dr. David Katz, Founding Director of Yale University Prevention Center & True Health Initiative as well as President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine
A whole day of integrative Medicine, prevention, nutrition research and discussion, organized by Charles Platkin, most of which came back to Michael Pollan’s advice from Omnivore’s Dilemma: “Eat [unprocessed] food, mostly plants, not too much”
To my friends who are protein-loading meat but not packing in plentiful plants, herbs and spices: You are headed in the wrong direction. ============
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