How can influential chefs, industry business leaders, and other food system
changemakers break through the noise of misinformation and sensationalism to
accelerate consumer engagement around sound diet and planetary health principles?
From public awareness campaigns like Meatless Monday and #NoBeefWeek to popular
documentaries like Meat Me Halfway, what strategies are leading experts and
advocates using to disseminate the global consensus on the fundamental, evidence-based truths of food and lifestyle as medicine, and what impact are they having?

Dr. David L. Katz participated in a Menus of Change presentation and panel discussion  around effective communication and engagement strategies needed to shift consumer food choices.

Moderator: Deena Shanker (Food Reporter, Bloomberg)
Presenter/Panelist: David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM (Founder/President,
True Health Initiative; Founding Director, Yale University Prevention
Research Center)
Panelists: Daphene Altema-Johnson, MPH, MBA, RDN, LD (Program Officer, Food
Communities & Public Health, The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable
Future)
Brian Kateman (Executive Director, Reducetarian Foundation)

 

Check out the video here:

 

View additional presentations from the Culinary Institute of America’s Menus of Change Summit by clicking here.