Jamie Oliver’s 12-year TV diet to tackle obesity in kids
JAMIE OLIVER’S new TV series will follow ten families and their unborn children from the womb to age 12.
It is part of a bid by the chef to tackle childhood obesity and has been compared with Seven Up, which revisited participants every seven years.
Oliver also likened it to a Sir David Attenborough series. ‘It requires real commitment from them and real care from us,’ he said. ‘I want to do a Blue Planet of people instead of ants.’
Author: Andrei Harmsworth