The revolution is being led by Robert Oliver, a 58-year-old New Zealander who grew up in Fiji and Samoa, where his father was a social worker. “When you look at pictures from the 1970s and early ’80s, they were just wonderfully fit, healthy people,” says Oliver, who is host and executive producer of the program. “The diet was carb-heavy, fish-heavy, veg-heavy. But if you take out the greens and put in processed food and have a sweet drink, then you have a sugar bomb, because the carbs convert to sugar.”

Source: Pacific Island Food Revolution: the reality TV show tackling the region’s health crisis

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