January 15th, 2014 Featured on Stitcher According to a poll done by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Harvard School of Public Health, and NPR, most parents believe their children are eating healthy. On this week's episode, a couple of Youth Radio students reveal their not-so-healthy eating habits to their parents.
Eating Well for Health and Longevity. Guest: Rebecca Katz, Masters of Science degree in Health and Nutrition Education, Executive Chef of the Annual "Food as Medicine" Training Program at The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, Georgetown Medical School; Ms. Katz is author of THE LONGEVITY KITCHEN and THE CANCER-FIGHTING KITCHEN. Listeners with questions or comments for Chuck and his guest, please call 415-841-4134.
Soup kitchens in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District feed thousands of homeless and low-income people every day. These free meal sites serve as a vital source of food -- for some, it’s their only meal of the day.