Healthy and Fit Politicians
The 25 Fittest Men in Politics
As a teenager, lieutenant governor of California Gavin Newsom won a partial baseball scholarship to Santa Clara University, but his pitching arm gave out after just two seasons. Nevertheless, as a politician, he's been pitching major health and fitness initiatives for years. When Newsom was mayor of San Francisco from 2004 to 2011, he signed laws that required city restaurants to put nutrition information on their menus, and proposed policy changes to bring healthy and sustainably produced meals from bountiful Northern California farms into the city. (Do restaurants in your city post nutrition facts on menus?) Even more impressive, he initiated the “Shape Up San Francisco” program, a five-year plan that aims to increase access to healthy food and make it easier for people to exercise.
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