GROWING UP, WE ATE FAST FOOD EVERYDAY BECAUSE IT WAS CONVENIENT; IT TASTED GOOD AND IT WAS CHEAP.

This stood in stark contrast to the eating habits of the students at Georgetown and I envied them. This motivated me to improve my own health through exercising and forming new, healthy habits.

Even as my own diet improved, I continued to think about the Minneapolis community I came from and the lack of access to fresh produce and the poor health rates found there.