Jamie Oliver sets eyes on a Guinness World Record with his Food Revolution

Posted: May 15, 2014 in My Opinion

Wish I had someone like this when I was in school who encourages healthy eating. The food that they served in my grade school days sucked! And unhealthy to boot. We need more people like Jamie Oliver to encourage our children to eat healthier. Of course, Mom and Dad have to help out as well. One of the most important things that a parent can encourage is a healthy lifestyle and what better place to start than food. Because like that old saying goes: “You are what you eat!”

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Jamie-Oliver-1 Jamie Oliver hopes to get one million kids cooking for Food Revolution Day. Photo: David Loftus

Jamie Oliver’s third annual Food Revolution Day is tomorrow on Friday, May 16. This year, among the many other food-filled activities lined up, the healthy eating activist and 2010 TED Prize winner is looking to break the Guinness World Record attempt for the ‘Most participants in a cookery lesson in 24 hours.’

The current Guinness World Record stands at just over 2,000 people, and the Food Revolution folks believe they can break that with a live cooking lesson that Oliver will be hosting at 2pm GMT, as part of the campaign’s goal to get one million children cooking on one day. During the 30-minute lesson, the celebrity chef—whose mission is to teach every child about healthy eating—will personally show kids how to put together the perfect Rainbow Salad Wrap, a healthy, crunchy concoction…

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