Be part of the revolution started by Jamie Oliver!

On March 29 this year in Sydney, one of today’s most famous chefs, Jamie Oliver, launched the biggest campaign and petition to date when it comes to food. You can contribute to this revolution with your signature.

The goal of the entire campaign is to convince the governments of the countries of the G20 group to ensure that children of all nations have their “basic human right” and to introduce mandatory education about healthy food in schools. Jamie Oliver said in front of the Sydney Opera House that for many years he had independently led this kind of campaign in many countries of the world and the changes were visible and that his next step is to raise everything to a global level.

According to statistics from the World Health Organization, in 2013, as many as 42 million children under the age of five were obese worldwide, which is a really worrying figure. Since 1980, the number of obese children in the whole world has more than doubled, and that is why Oliver warned that this is a problem that should not only be addressed by the family, but also by governments and companies.


Obesity increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and many other health problems, but the good news is that obesity can be prevented in the first place with education about healthy foods. “If we teach children where harna comes from, where to buy it and how to prepare it, we can prevent the obesity epidemic that threatens us this year,” said Jamie Oliver.

You can also sign the petition at site.

This revolution was supported by many world faces, including Paul McCartney and Hugh Jackman, and Ed Sheerean helped to write a suitable song.

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