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Unjunk Yourself

by Sandy Todd Webster on May 22, 2013

Food for Thought

Which would you choose: the golden walnut of truth or the marshmallow of denial? So begins “Unjunk Yourself: The PROCESS,” a rap video made by kids, for kids, about making good choices regarding healthy versus junk food. The refrain in this catchy piece? “They process your food; now they’re processing you. They climb in your mind and control what you chew. The process is bad, and the process ain’t cool; advertise so you buy, taking you for a fool.” It’s entertaining with a good message. Share it with kids and parents you know: http://bit.ly/17vCEWR.

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About the Author

Sandy Todd Webster

Sandy Todd Webster IDEA Author/Presenter

Sandy Todd Webster is Editor in Chief of IDEA's publications, including the award-winning IDEA FITNESS JOURNAL, the health and fitness industry's leading resource for fitness and wellness professionals worldwide. Sandy joined IDEA in 2001 as executive editor of IDEA PERSONAL TRAINER and IDEA FITNESS MANAGER magazines and was promoted to lead the editorial team in 2003. More than 20 years in magazine publishing, marketing communications and creative services have shaped her straightforward approach to multi-channel communication. Early experience in Los Angeles as a sports writer/reporter, and then enriching years as a managing editor in allied health care publishing have pulled her across a spectrum of stimulating subject matter. Fitness, health and nutrition reside at the perfect center of this content continuum, she feels. A Chicago native, Sandy grew up fully engaged in various competitive sports. Her drive and dedication as an athlete translate to a disciplined work ethic and unwavering appro