A feature in the John Randolph Foundation Blog writes:
" High blood pressure and diabetes are purely related to lifestyle. And sadly, we’ve got more kids with high blood pressure and diabetes than ever before in history.” Dr. Morris tells me our bodies have an infinite ability to maintain and heal themselves. “Our bodies know exactly what to do with nutrients—how to target them to locations in the body that need repair and healing.” So with a diet of fresh food and daily physical activity, one can look good, feel good and even save money in medical costs. He’s working to create more vegetarians (plant-based diet) and pescatarians (seafood as the only meat source). He even envisions Garden to Table events at Heritage Gardens where volunteers and local vendors offer fresh and prepared foods to families and local citizens. Through such events, people will learn to grow, select and prepare food in a way that creates healthier communities and better lives. "
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