1. Jamie Oliver: Teach Every Child About Food
This is what started it all: TED Prize winner chef Jamie Oliver's anti-obesity project in Huntington, West Virginia, that showed us a shocking picture of the amount of sugar we eat — and the case he made for us all to know more about the unspeakably unhealthy food we eat.
2. Michael Pollan: A Plant's-Eye View
Bestselling author Michael Pollan's plea to see things from a perspective other than our own human one: a plant's.
3. Mark Bittman: What's Wrong With What We Eat
New York Times food writer Mark Bittman shakes us up with what we need to eat less of (meat; fast food) and do more of (plant-eating; home cooking).
4. Birk Baehr: What's Wrong With Our Food System
11-year-old aspiring organic farmer Birke Baehr wants us to know how our food is made, where it comes from, and what's in it.
5. Graham Hill: Why I'm a Weekday Vegetarian
Who says you have to become a 100% committed vegetarian? Graham Hill makes the case for starting simple: help the environment and animals by making a gradual but substantive change in the way you eat and how you affect the planet.