Sweet Revenge: Turning The Tables on Processed Food

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San Jose, CA – On Thursday, January 29, 2015, FIRST 5 Santa Clara County and The Health Trust will host a screening event for Sweet Revenge: Turning the Tables on Processed Food, an American Public Television program sponsored by FIRST 5 and The Health Trust. The event will also include a live Q&A session with Dr. Robert Lustig and an exciting mini-grant funding announcement.

The event consists of two show times, 9:30AM – 11:30AM and 1:30PM – 3:30PM, and will be held at the FIRST 5 Santa Clara County Community Room, 4000 Moorpark Avenue, San Jose, CA  95117.

Learn more about the Sweet Revenge Funding Announcement

About Sweet Revenge

In Sweet Revenge, Dr. Robert Lustig, a New York Times best-selling author and a pediatric neuroendocrinologist at the University of California, San Francisco, explains the science behind how our bodies work and where sugar is hiding in the food and drinks we consume every day.

About the Mini-Grants

The Sweet Revenge Mini-Grants are a one-time funding opportunity for community-based organizations, public agencies, and faith-based groups in Santa Clara County.

Selected applicants will use grant funding to host a viewing of Sweet Revenge for their target community, raising awareness of the health risks associated with high levels of sugar consumption and encouraging healthier eating behavior changes at the consumer, organizational, and policy levels.

To learn more please visit First Five Santa Clara County’s website.

About FIRST 5 Santa Clara County

FIRST 5 Santa Clara County is a local public agency that distributes funding from California’s Proposition 10 Tobacco Tax to early childhood programs and services in Santa Clara County. For more information, visit www.first5kids.org.