“Making money and doing good in the world are not mutually exclusive.”


75% of healthcare costs go to treating diseases that are largely preventable. That’s a lot of unnecessary money, and worse, a lot of unnecessary disease. The effects of healthy living have been proven. We don’t have to wait for disease to set in to live healthier lives. If we can make good food as cheap as fake food, if we can live more active lives, and if we can reduce stress, we can help curb disease before it has a chance to strike. We need a better balance between prevention and treatment. But we need support—from our workplaces, from our communities, and from our healthcare system.

What We Know
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Sep 26, 2012 New York Times

Eating for Health, Not Weight

by Dean Ornish
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Jul 23, 2012 CNN

Doctors Write a prescription for fresh produce

by Greg Clary
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Dec 7, 2011 BBC News

Over 40% of cancers due to lifestyle, says review

by Michelle Roberts
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