@dcgoodfood | KCET
Even with all the efforts for change from political, medical and public health communities, change ultimately begins at home. Consumers must begin to educate themselves and take action toward making healthier more just food decisions.
Children face enormous health risks because of the current system; therefore addressing child nutrition in government entities and in the home is critical to foster a new generation that will hopefully make conscious food choices.
Food change can easily begin at the community level with community gardens. Not only do these gardens increase food access, but they also transform neighborhoods in need of something beautiful and positive to identify with.