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Thank you David Birsen & Nadine Calderon, founders of Washington, DC based Revol Snax (@RevolSnax) and part of Washnington, DC’s Union Kitchen Accelerator (@UnionKitchenDC) for presenting at the Washington Low-Carbohydrate Lifestyle Meetup.
They discussed food entrepreneurship & positioning healthier options within an otherwise desolate industrial food landscape. What is fascinating to me is that entrepreneurs in this space need to think carefully about positioning because fat is still demonized in the food world, despite the fact that international experts have agreed that this era is over. (see: Photo Friday: Narrative Art and Exploding Myths in the era of Diabetes Reversal)
This comment by @ZoeHarcombe is appropriate here: Could we agree to demonize processed food, not saturated fat? | The BMJ
Thanks also @WeWork Apollo, in Washington, DC, for providing the space.
More photos from the discussion below. I will never tire of seeing/listening to the voices of human beings taking control of their health and life destinies. It’s what we came to health care to do.
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