“Food as medicine” was a major theme at this year’s Southeast Produce Council Southern Exposure show in Orlando.
A packed workshop on “The Healing Benefits of Produce” drew a standing room only crowd. Dr. Travis Stork re-emphasized that message in his keynote address to the lunch crowd.
And lunch itself drove the point home to all 1,500 who attended the keynote session and enjoyed an anti-inflammatory feast.
Dr. James Hebert of the University of South Carolina and Connecting Health Innovations designed the Dietary Inflammatory Index that the luncheon came from.
Eating this way has already been proven to reduce chances of significant health events — and even reverse disease processes once thought to be unpreventable.
Dr. Hebert walks us through the buffet line and talks about why the things that are best for us can also taste pretty darn great too, in this piece that also aired on our broadcast partner The RFD-TV Network.