Walt Disney Company and the renowned chef Ferran Adriá, have created the story “I’ll tell you it in the kitchen”, so children will learn healthy eating

Walt Disney Company and the renowned chef Ferran Adriá, have created the story “I’ll tell you it in the kitchen”, so children will learn healthy eating

Inspired in healthy eating habits, Disney and chef Ferran Adriá have presented, “I’ll tell you it in the kitchen”, a book based on Disney characters, which will provide information on healthy eating and physical activity, in order to encourage parents and children to foster good nutrition in their homes, with a different format, full of fun and education.
This project initially is promoted in Spain and Portugal, as a useful tool for feeding a fun filled educational aspect, to induce children to a healthy lifestyle.
With more than 60 recipes in the book, the project will also include, “e-book” format , a website with “video-tricks”, TV spots that will be complemented in the future with the launch of a mobile application to secure their results and, to do, of what initially was a book, a more developed a tool.
Every day more organizations are joining forces linked to its business areas, to encourage young and old in the benefits of opting for a healthy life. This results in a higher level of consciousness to process information linked to Diabetes (among other health problems related to food), and reduce the high incidence of overweight, obesity and Type 2 diabetes in children, caused by bad habits food that characterize the current lifestyle.
Bad or good eating habits, no doubt, start at home. Here we find the basis of education when choosing the food we buy, how we cook, what we choose to eat when sharing a meal away from home and where we set limits and opt to give priority to our health.
These initiatives understand the difficulty and importance that represent changes in our lifestyle, for that reason, creativity is an important aspect to develop options that capture the interest and achieve positive results with projects like this.
Poor eating habits and physical inactivity, are primarily responsible for epidemics of overweight, obesity and Type 2 diabetes in children and young people, so in Diabetes Up To Date we celebrate with optimism, the launch of this extraordinary initiative of Walt Disney Company and the prestigious chef Ferran Adriá that seek to modify our lifestyle by promoting healthy eating habits for our children so they can enjoy a healthier, productive and happy life.