Monday, September 20, 2010

2nd Hypothesis Draft

This hypothesis presents the concept of improving human health and well-being through the open sharing and accumulation of knowledge of consumer eating and cooking habits. In contrast to the traditional informative methods of nutritional and financial health, which are oftentimes unreliable, the hypothesis encourages the consumer to approach their health with innovative and usable strategic solutions with a distinctive voice to modern society. By proliferating food enthusiasm through active and interactive channels, it opens the consumer up to more engaging ways to obtain the information they not only want, but need, and encourages group accumulation to further expand the nutrition information database.

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