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An Eye on Food: Viewing and Discussion of Supercharge Me! 30 Days Raw with Jenna Norwood

Urban Food Task Force

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

An Eye on Food: Viewing and Discussion of Supercharge...

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AN EYE ON FOOD:

2010 Food Documentary Film Series

 

THE URBAN FOOD TASK FORCE

Invites you to join

 

Jenna Norwood

 

Producer & Director

For a viewing of highlights and discussion of


 The Award-Winning Independent Documentary Film

Supercharge Me! 30 Days Raw


 

 

Tuesday, November 16 ∙ 7pm

Funger Hall 108 (2201 G Street, NW)


Ever wonder what the opposite of the film “Super Size Me” would be like? With a tip of the headdress to Morgan Spurlock of “Super Size Me,” Jenna Norwood takes us on her journey to see what happens when she enrolls in a raw food detox center and consumes only organic, raw, enzyme-rich foods for 30 days. It’s all in an effort to fit into a Las Vegas showgirl costume for Halloween, but the experience has some surprising results. Meet experts (David Wolfe), celebrities (Ben Vereen & Kathy Sledge) and others seeking to resolve serious health issues on a raw food diet. Takes the mystery out of colon hydrotherapy, too. An entertaining, educational and inspiring documentary. A detoxifying experience!

 

Supercharge Me! 30 Days Raw is the third in a series of films related to urban food issues to be screened on campus this fall.

 

Refreshments will be served following the event.

 



 

Have questions about An Eye on Food: Viewing and Discussion of Supercharge Me! 30 Days Raw with Jenna Norwood? Contact Urban Food Task Force

When & Where


Funger Hall 108
2201 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 22202

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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Urban Food Task Force

The Urban Food Task Force is an initiative of George Washington faculty, students, staff, and volunteers who share an interest in helathy eating, sustaniable food production, and food policy.  Its mission is to identify and recommend ways in which the university might further support scholarship and instruction on sustainable urban food policies and related issues; provide practicial information on, and training in, healthy eating and food preparation to interested students and the greater GW community; and offer healthy and sustainabile food choices to students, faculty and staff.

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