Adam Frost's gardening for health – healthy kids
Discover the secret to getting kids away from screens, improving their mental and physical wellbeing, and helping them to eat better, in this podcast with Adam Frost
Are the kids of today healthy? It’s hard to tell when our young people seem so addicted to phones and screens. But could gardening, of all things, hold the key to better mental and physical health and an improved diet for the next generation. Adam Frost chats to Matt Willer founder of The Papillon Project, a charity that works with secondary schools and pupil referral units to increase environmental awareness. A key area of Matt’s work involves creating school allotments and encouraging healthy eating, so he knows first-hand the positive impact gardening can have on children.
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