Lisa Lee



Perhaps one of the most divisive voices in the health world, Lisa Lee is the host of her own nationally syndicated radio show, where she is known for her shoot from the hip attitude that aims to wake people up from their overly processed food comas and start taking control of their own health. Touted by the likes of Morgan Spurlock, and demonized by the shareholders of KFC, Lee's battle-cry "Eat Fast Food, You're Totally screwed," boils down her message and takes her fight directly to those she views as responsible for the clogging of our nation's arteries.

Though her place in the cultural zeitgeist has been fairly solidified for the past decade or so, Lee had never planned on taking on the role of a public advocate. Lee had planned on a car
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“I've never thought much about whether I was happy or if I had fun as a child. I was a so-so girl who lived with a so-so family in a so-so village. I didn't know that there might be another way to live, and I didn't worry about it either. But I remember the day I began to notice and think about what was around me. I had just turned five and felt as though I had crossed a big threshold. I woke up before dawn with something like a tickle in my brain. That bit of irritation made me alert to everything I saw and experienced that day.”
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