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Anna Lappé on Eating Well (Video)

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Broadening our view can help us make better food choices for ourselves and for the planet. In this short film from Nourish, author Anna Lappé describes her personal food journey, which has taken her to farms around the world. What experiences have shaped your relationship to food and diet?

About Anna Lappé
Anna Lappé is a national best-selling author, television host, and public speaker, widely respected for her work on food and sustainability. She is the daughter of author and activist Frances Moore Lappé, who wrote Diet for a Small Planet, a classic that has inspired millions of people to eat better for the health of their bodies and the earth.

With her mother, Anna co-authored Hope’s Edge: The Next Diet for a Small Planet, and founded the Small Planet Institute, a collaborative network for research and popular education, and the Small Planet Fund, which has given away nearly half a million dollars to democratic social movements worldwide.

Anna is also the author of Diet for a Hot Planet: The Climate Crisis at the End of Your Fork and What You Can Do About It and co-author of Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen. She has been named one of Time’s “Eco” Who’s Who, and has been featured in the New York Times and other national publications.

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Nourish is an educational initiative designed to open a meaningful conversation about food and sustainability, particularly in schools and communities. To inform and inspire the largest number of people, Nourish combines PBS television, curriculum resources, web content, short films, and teacher and youth seminars. Nourish is a program of WorldLink, a nonprofit organization dedicated to education for sustainability.

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8:46AM PDT on Oct 21, 2011

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2:53PM PDT on Aug 25, 2011

I think we all know this, it's just that we don't do it.....

7:47AM PDT on Aug 22, 2011

I think that even in the USA you can eat healthy at farms. You don't have to go abroad. I live in Poland and it's not that wonderful here as she describe. She just said what's obvious - eat fruit and veges.

4:22AM PDT on Aug 12, 2011

Am I the only one who thinks she looks like Kate Middleton? O_O

6:49AM PDT on Aug 9, 2011

thanks for the info

10:23AM PDT on Aug 6, 2011

Interesting!

10:40PM PDT on Aug 5, 2011

Makes sense - and after even a very short time away from junk or unhealthy food, you very soon lose the taste for it.
Thank you for sharing this.

2:03PM PDT on Aug 5, 2011

One other very good set of videos, at least for nutrition, is Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, as well as Food Matters. I am trying to find a locally made and organic store to buy my food at now. i found one that has some items we use regularly, but not everything. We're still working on that.

12:32PM PDT on Aug 5, 2011

Love Diet for a Small Planet and Hopes Edge, both amazing books.
Thanks!

4:57AM PDT on Aug 5, 2011

You and your mother are two of my heros!

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