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Soul Food Is Killing African-Americans

And our taste buds don’t seem to care about the consequences



The origins of the [soul food] diet lie in the history of American slavery, according to food historian Jessica B. Harris, who appears in the film [Soul Food Junkies]. Slaves ate a high-fat, high-calorie diet that would allow them to burn 3,000 calories a day




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