Ana-Corina Bancila Posted over 4 years ago How will you help to fulfill Jamie Oliver's TED Prize wish? I do agree with the fact that low income families do not have the resources to do it, but I also believe that your diligent efforts, such as raising awareness among us, will benefit even those in the low income stratum. I am a strong believer in sharing of information, and those who are poor are also strongly related to poor education. Given the tough economic times, I could consider myself and family poor right now, husband unemployed and I going to school. We have a daughter and life is tough, but my decisions of keeping my daughter healthy, by always trying to eat at home, and cooking from scratch, having our fruits and vegetables always readily available, is a matter of decision and being well informed. I benefit from food stamps right now, but i never go to the store to buy soda or prepackaged frozen meals. The only difference between me and the others who are unfortunate right now is probably the lack of information and interest in being educated. I often go to the families and children department for regular check-ups with my daughter and I see parents giving their children coke in their feeding bottles. It is appalling...I wish parents...first and foremost stop the vicious cycle we have gotten ourselves in. I think that fast food should be very expensive, with high taxes incurred, so that people can be stopped from having such quick access to it.