The idea of having one day in which our global community comes together to stand up for real food is one that Lean On Life fully supports.
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TORONTO, ON (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
Lean On Life, a leading healthy lifestyle website with the latest on weight loss, nutrition, and fitness is supporting celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day taking place May 17, 2013.
As Lean On Life reports (http://www.leanonlife.com/food-revolution-day-recipe-shaved-asparagus-salad/), the website will be supporting the Food Revolution Day by encouraging others to make a fresh, healthy salad using real, local ingredients and sharing it with others. This event will encourage others to promote cooking skills, eat real food, and to be more mindful of the food they are eating.
According to their website, the Food Revolution Day is a global day of action for people to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills. It's a chance for people to come together within their homes, schools, workplaces and communities to cook and share their kitchen skills, food knowledge and resources. Food Revolution Day aims to raise awareness about the importance of good food and better food education for everyone by focusing on three simple actions – cook it, share it, live it.
Lean On Life believes that by supporting the Food Revolution Day, they are simply reinforcing the core beliefs of the website and its healthy lifestyle experts. “At its core, the Food Revolution encourages a ‘back-to-basics’ mentality of cooking real, healthy food from scratch,” says Tal Brodsky, chef and Lean Life Coach. “At Lean On Life, we share those beliefs.”
Brodsky explains that in the past, cooking fresh food with healthy ingredients wasn’t an issue, since families cooked what was available and local to them. However, with the industrialization of food, our ability to ship food around the world, and busier lifestyles, cooking skills are dying and families’ diets are suffering.
“The idea of having one day in which our global community comes together to stand up for real food is one that Lean On Life fully supports,” Brodsky says. “We’re encouraging families everywhere to get inspired by the healthy recipes on the Lean On Life website and to cook their own version of one of those recipes,” he says. “Most importantly, we encourage everyone to share their food and cooking skills with others, and to make the Food Revolution Day values part of their everyday lifestyles,” says Brodsky.
Those wishing to take part in the Food Revolution Day with Lean On Life can RSVP to the event here (http://bit.ly/lolFRD). To learn more about the Food Revolution Day taking place May 17, 2013, visit http://www.foodrevolutionday.com.
Lean On Life is a healthy lifestyle website that provides expert-driven knowledge from doctors, nutritionists, fitness trainers and life coaches. The site takes a hands-on approach to making weight-loss, healthy eating and fitness a simple achievable lifestyle change.