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  1. Jamie Oliver's TED Prize wish: Teach every child about food
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    • How many Americans die because of food-related problems?
      1. 4
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    • Is Jamie Oliver a doctor? What's his job?
      1. No. He's a chef.
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    • Is America a healthy country, according to statistics?
      1. No
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    • Is the young generation going to live longer than today's adults?
      1. No
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    • In a group of 100 Americans, how many are either obese or overweight?
      1. 66
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    • What kills more people in the USA: homicide or diet-related diseases?
      1. Diet-related diseases
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    • What's the number one killer in USA, according to the statistics?
      1. Heart disease
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    • Are bad health and obesity a problem in America only?
      1. No. It's a global problem.
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    • How old is Britney?
      1. 16 years-old
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    • How many years is she going to live, because of her health problems?
      1. 6 years (until she's 22 years-old)
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    • How many people in Stacy's family are obese?
      1. 3
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    • Who died in Marissa's arms, because obesity?
      1. Her father and her uncle.
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    • Where can people in America find junky food?
      1. Everywhere (at home, at school and on the street)
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    • Are "low-fat" products really good for our health? Why?
      1. No. They have a lot of sugar.
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    • Is the food the Edwards' family eat good for their health?
      1. No.
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    • How many meals do students usually have at school, in America?
      1. 2. Breakfast and lunch.
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    • Who are the lunch ladies at school?
      1. The women who cook at school, for the students.
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    • Because schools don't have much money to buy food, what kind of food they serve to students?
      1. Fast food.
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    • Why is fast-food convenient?
      1. Because people eat using their hands.
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    • How much percent of healthcare money is spent on obesity?
      1. 10%
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    • Which vegetables does Jamie show the class?
      1. Tomatoes, cauliflower, beetroot, mushrooms, eggplant, potato.
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    • How many tablespoons of sugar does a kid have every day?
      1. 8
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    • How many recipes should students learn, at school?
      1. 10
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    • What's the name of the city where Jamie opened the kitchen?
      1. Huntington
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    • Why good projects aren't passed on to different cities?
      1. Because there is no cash/money.
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    • Why is it important for Jamie that people start changing in America?
      1. Because other countries will follow /do the same.
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    • What's Jamie's wish ?
      1. To educate children about food and inspire a change.
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