Bread for the World puts price tag on U.S. hunger: $160 billion in health care | The Kansas City Star

Doctors are increasingly recognizing the connection between health and hunger, experts said. “You can’t be healthy, you can’t be able to stave off chronic diseases if you’re not eating healthy food,” says Acacia Bamberg Salatti of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

Source: Bread for the World puts price tag on U.S. hunger: $160 billion in health care | The Kansas City Star

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