The lieutenant governor and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation helped Rutgers cut the ribbon on the nearly 80,000-square foot New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health… "You’re going to change the model from treatment to wellness. You’re going to teach us all the value of eating right, of taking care of ourselves, and therefore, in the long run change the healthcare model for not just New Jersey, but the world," Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno said… The Institute encourages children to share recipes with parents. For adults and the whole family, there’s the healthy eating courtyard called Harvest, where a chef cooks tuna and veggies for Scott Loveless… "You can not make a wrong choice in Harvest. It’s minimally processed food. It’s very healthy. It’s really remarkable how good food can taste," said Founding Director Peter Gillies.
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