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Jenna Norwood to Present Award-Winning Documentary & Lecture at Harvard University
Date:12/3/2009

SARASOTA, Fla., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- If you have seen "Super Size Me," the junk food documentary, get ready for a stunning look at the other side of the dining table. Independent filmmaker Jenna Norwood will screen her feature documentary, "Supercharge Me! 30 Days Raw" at Harvard University on Tuesday, December 8th, 5 p.m. at Sever Hall, Harvard Yard. The event is part of Norwood's "Supercharged Living" College Tour. The film will be followed by a lecture and discussion about food and its relationship to sustainability. Event is sponsored by the Harvard University community and is free to the public. For more information, see http://www.JennaNorwood.com

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The following day, Norwood will present a healthy food demonstration to students, parents and teachers at the Warren Prescott Elementary School in Charlestown, MA as part of its Meatless "Carbon Offset Program." The program was initiated by the Oceanic Society and Quen.ch, an environmental education outreach group from the Harvard University Extension. The raw food lifestyle is regarded as having the smallest ecological footprint.

"This vital interconnectivity among our food, our health and our environment is every reason for communities and schools to come together to gain knowledge and share resources to improve our future," said Alisyn Johnson, event organizer. "That is the motivation behind these events."

"Supercharge Me!" is a "rawcumentary" -- a humorous film that shows what happens when one volunteer human guinea pig (Jenna Norwood) consumes only raw, organic food for 30 days. The original inspiration was weight loss, but the results went beyond the visible to those which were more profound; including lower cholesterol, lower blood sugar
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