Two local nonprofits — Ceres Community Project and Food for Thought — are working with Medi-Cal on an innovative program to feed patients with congestive heart failure. The aim is to offer more proof that food can be medicine.
The groups will provide low salt, low fat meals for low income patients. The goal is to improve patient outcomes and reduce health care costs. KRCB news director talked with Food for Thought executive director Ron Karp about the pilot program.
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