Eating to Die:
Changing African American Attitudes About Health
African Americans are dying younger than any other ethnic group.

One out of three African Americans suffer from high blood pressure, which is the number one risk factor for stroke.

African American Women are more likely to die from cervical cancer or breast cancer.

African American men have the highest rate of prostate cancer in the world.
"Lottie Perkins has given us internal power and insight on how improper food choices, social habits, internal conflicts, lack of self control, preconditioned social behaviors, and racial disparity in adequate quality healthcare are killing the African American community at an alarming rate." Pamela Milligan-McGee, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

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