Paul McCartney

Paul has lent his name and signature to Jamie Oliver's new campaign in America, which is helping people change the way they think about food. Jamie's new US TV show,'Food Revolution', is about improving Americans health by making simple dietary changes. It aims to educate people about food, cooking and the huge health benefits of switching from processed to fresh food. Jamie has started a petition to change the current laws on food in US schools. The petition needs enough signatures to make this happen. Paul was happy to sign up to such an important cause. He even added his own addendum to the petition which reads, 'and a Meat Free Monday would be GREAT for all of us on the planet! (UN 2006)'. Fellow petition signee's include Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Aniston, Ellen DeGeneres, Larry King and Gwyneth Paltrow. Jamie's TV show is co produced with Ryan Seacrest and the pair recently appeared on Oprah to talk about the campaign and get her support.

Click here to read more Independent research in the UK has proven that better food in schools is making pupils happier and healthy in the UK.'TV chef Jamie Oliver's campaign for healthy school dinners boosted pupils test results, researchers say. Primary pupils in Greenwich, London got better results than those in neighbouring boroughs, they found. The study by Oxford University and Essex University also found them less likely to be off sick from school. Full article - Click here The petition has over 500,000 signatures to date, which is an incredible response. You can check it out here: Click here

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